It doesn't matter him as a face or a heel. He's not getting used anyway.
Drew was in that angle with KK and that had potential. WWE could've turned him face at Wrestlemania during the match versus Team Teddy but they didn't and now he's back to where he is. Jobber city or Superstars if yo will.Drew is supposedly a great natural babyface.
Also, Sheamus and he have known each other for years now, 5+ certainly. They often even went so far as to say "best friends", though, I wonder how that holds up these days. You'd imagine that Sheamus, although not a backstage "magnet" like Cena or HHH, would lobby for Drew.
BTW, OP, pretty basic scenario, but it could work fine.
I think that at that point everyone was thinking "That's it, it is most certain, like, 100% sure that Drew will turn face like MVP did."They should have turned him face when he went on that losing streak, where Teddy fired him, the fans where really getting be hide him at that point, it was a miss opportunity for wwe.
This; I've heard this numerous times before, and although I haven't met him, everyone who has says that he has that babyface feel to him.I've watched Drew wrestle since he was 19, met him a few times in person also, he plays an awesome heel, but as a face he is very easy to get behind. Anything is worth a shot at this point.
They should've turned him face before that losing streak. What was the point of it? The angle went nowhere. Why was Drew fired? I just don't understand that.They should have turned him face when he went on that losing streak, where Teddy fired him, the fans where really getting be hide him at that point, it was a miss opportunity for wwe.