Re: I LOVE THE BULLHAMMER...AND I LOVE THE WADE!
Barrett's good enough in the ring and I do believe he's several decent-good TV matches since returning. His biggest problem though isn't so much his psychology though, but rather his pacing. You look at a guy like Undertaker, and he has the art of starting things out slow perfectly, but then moving towards a quicker pace as the match progresses and builds that up perfectly, or can start the match quick depending on the opponent.
Barrett however starts the match slow... keeps the match slow... and it remains slow for the most part. If he's not in there with a guy like Kofi or Bryan or Sheamus to pick the pace up as the match goes on when they gain control, his matches fall flat and that's why he needs a guy like that. He executes his move to near perfection, has some semblance of in-ring psychology and has some moves that wakes the crowd up like Winds of Change, his running big boot when a guy is between the top and middle rope, and his back-kick. He just needs to work on his pacing, as he keeps the pace slow for far too long.
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