Yes yes yes
I like it but I think the problem is when people sell it as a knock out move rather than one designed to wind.
It's one of those things where you can't really trust Big E with a more difficult finisher so this one, it's almost impossible to injure your opponent. So it's a win! Like the Prime Time Players using the Demolition Decapitation.
Really looks like Ziggy is going to step up to the plate big style with his crew and the World Heavyweight Title.
I like Big E's finisher - he basically slams the opponent's face into the mat - it looks worse than a DDT that's for sure. I think the problem is that most of the time the opponent's face doesn't go close enough to the mat, but occasionally they get it right and it looks like their face bounces off the mat. A bit more practice required.
Henry attacks Sheamo backstage. So it is Orton v Show, Shemaus v Henry and Cena v Ryback then at Extreme Rules.
I was thinking Orton/Sheamus vs Big Show/Henry. All leading to this suspiciously happy Orton turning on Sheamus.
Since the Bo Dallas thing has gone away can we not bring that IC tournament back?
That could work on RAW or Smackdown one week. For a PPV it would be very unusual for WWE to put a tag match together and if they do it would be a big one. I'd say the next big PPV match we see where singles wrestlers are used will be Punk and Brock v two other big names. But then again maybe those four are big enough to put together on PPV.
Remember when the prevailing wisdom was that Bryan was bland and uncharismatic.
I actually think as a trio, they work magnificently. I know people criticse Big E for a "lack of charisma" but that's what makes the pairing with Ziggler and AJ so perfect.
Anyone who saw him pre WWE wouldn't have thought this.
I didn't get to see all the show yet but I thought Big E starting the show off by mocking RR's intro for De Rio was great!
no lack of charisma on show at all. Big E will have no problem bursting out from the bodyguard role.
I liked the brief Big E and AJ part of the Smackdownaftershow video, as well.
Fandango using his theme tune in his interview was great as well. I hope he uses that in his what Dolph calls interview time from now on, 'i'm going to do do do dah dance all over your head'.
Yeah, when I first saw Big E, I'd kind of thought he'd be a bit boring, but having seen him on the mic and such, he can be pretty funny. I reckon he'll do fine when he's on his own on the big shows, whenever that is.