Agreed that Bryan is not face of the company kind of guy. As great as he is he doesn't have that IT factor guys like Hogan, Savage, HBK, Austin, Rock and Cena had/have.It's nothing to do with his in ring ability. It's everything else. People think this guy can be the next face of the company which is laughable. He's not marketable at all. Also very average on the Mic which is a concern for me.
Daniel Bryan is a B+. Which is a upper midcarder.
Have to disagree, I think he is more of a bumper/stuntman than a seller. His screams and cries during mid-match submissions are ridiculous. His bumping seems to get himself over more than his opponent, I think he knows that and plays up to it. Nothing wrong with getting yourself over, I just feel there's a fine line between making a move look devastating and overdoing it to the point where it looks like an awesome stuntThis. There might not be a better seller (maybe Rollins) or worker (maybe Bryan) on the roster.
There are lots of people nowadays saying that about Cesaro, but when was the last time anybody said that about Ziggler? I'd say the overrated label applied a year ago, perhaps, but certainly not now.Cesaro and Ziggler are also overrated. They are not main event materials at all, like majority of the members here claim them to be.
A promo is promo, what difference does the arena make? Ambrose had two 5* matches in developmental and demonstrated storytelling ability above virtually everyone on the main roster, and up there with any wrestler I've ever seen. In developmental. The praise he gets is more than justified.His work in FCW was great and he cut some superb promos.That doesn't mean he will do the same in WWE.Not denying the talent but WWE is much much bigger.