Originally Posted by AntUK
A one line opinion to just go against the grain is absolutely trolling.
Now had he come out with "yeah he doesnt look anything above a midcarder and he doesnt have a good name, and his character might not get over well with the crowd, ive not see anything in his moveset that might make him stand out" etc etc that would not be trolling because you'd be backing up your opinion, and it'd lead to some discussion, about those areas.
"mid carder for life" is trolling.
Yeah i'm eager to find out why they attacked those guys, i really dont want them to be turned into thugs who do it for no reason which im worried WWE will, i want reasons for why they are doing what they are doing, add me to the "give them a live mic" chorus of voices.
They attacked Brodus for the same reason they attacked Orton. Maddox was given an unfair opponent for his tryout match, first the veteran Orton, now the big Brodus Clay. That's the injustice, and the Shield jump on it.
Mysterio and Sin Cara remain to be seen. It might have to do with them getting into the Number 1 Contendor's match at TLC without winning an official match for it (while the Rhodes Scholars when through three other teams for their spot). Obviously the real reason is Mysterio and Sin Cara need a break, Cara's knee is not good right now, and Mysterio is very fragile at his age. Both are planned to face each other at WM 29, so they want them in good shape.
Originally Posted by DetroitRiverPhx
Is Roman Reigns stealing the Ascension screaming during matches? That was a Cameron/O'Brian bit - the guttural screams out of nowhere during their matches. Reigns never did that in his NXT matches.
Reigns is coming off as the alpha boss as he barks orders to the others during beatdowns. Rollins is the dare devil unbreakable risk taker. Ambrose is getting lost/overshadowed - which I guess is to be expected when they never get the mic, other than pre-taped promo's where all get equal time and probably many takes.
I don't think so. Ambrose has gotten the most screentime so far, and he barks orders just as much (like always being front and center in their video promos, and being the one leading everyone away). Rollins is the only one who doesn't lead the charge. The reason is Ambrose is of course the most charismatic, and Reigns makes up for his average mic skills with his roars (which he only started doing in the last week).
There's no leader in these three, it's a trio. They might create a leader eventually, but for now it's an equal partnership.