I can agree that he should have been heel rather than babyface but WWE booking just screwed themselves up. Now, they can at least help him get back that heel heat if let's say he attacks Chad Gable and gets that heel run he should have had. Problem is, if people would still care or buy this.
After that solid run in NXT, to winning the Royal Rumble and challenging AJ Styles, turning heel, "I don't speak Engrish", United States of Nakamura, then tagging with Rusev. A part of me thinks that he's on a downward curve of his career where he's OK with where he is on the cards. But, I think he'll have his moment again and maybe a WWE Championship run.
Should have had at least a Women's championship run, been awhile since I heard her theme song. I remember she was on the injured list and recently returned in Wrestlemania Women's Battle Royal. Not sure about future plans for her.
I agree that he lost more matches than he should considering how he portrays himself and it is kinda hard to take his character seriously if they keep him losing important matches. He's currently U.S. champ but he should have had a better opponent than Rey Mysterio, match was way too short for a ppv that's way too long and considering Rey Mysterio was injured at that time. I hope he gets a WWE Championship run too even at least once.
I think they got the real short end of the stick here and splitting Nikki Cross away from them was like something they should not have done. It made Sanity look incomplete. And I barely see them on TV too.
-Nikki Cross ^
There was a previous thread I replied to about EC3. He's someone who can be upper midcard to main event. Feels really weird that he's not given time to speak when that was one of his strong suits. To a company that needs people to be able to cut a promo and all that verbal stuff, they basically gave him a gimmick of a mute for a few weeks. Only time I heard him talk recently was from that WWE.com clip about the Andre the Giant Battle Royal in which he didn't win.
Not really expecting a lot of them when they got called up. They got one guy who does the Caterpillar which is funny af and I'm sold to the comedy gimmick.
-No Way Jose
No Way Jose looks like Juice Robinson these days but with a modified Adam Rose gimmick and appears on TV less than Lacey Evans. No idea what they want to do with him. I can imagine No Way Jose asking for a push or a match, and Vince McMahon would tell him.."No way, Jose"
She had a solid run on NXT, she was undefeated coming in to the WWE, ran roughshod through the Women's Division, she also won the first-ever Women's Royal Rumble until Charlotte Flair defeated her at Wrestlemania. Since then, she's had a run as Women's champion on Smackdown, then I think it was 50/50 booking for her now. Kinda funny they kept her out of a few shows even though she was champion at that time until they fed her to Charlotte Flair again.
-Andrade Cien Almas
I wish they could have done more for him but booking ruined him for me. Now he looks like ADR 2.0 without the character of ADR. With AJ Styles moving to RAW, I hope this is a good chance for him to ascend further up the cards.
There's plenty of people in the WWE roster right now who came from NXT. But I think it's the timing of the call-ups and the volume of the call-ups are the most important things that need to change.
One of these days, I would probably see someone ranting about how Ricochet and Aleister Black are being misused.