BEST IN THE WORLD (WRESTLING ENTERTAINMENT)
Looks like we'll have to wait just a little longer for Dragon to make a splash on WWE TV.
It's funny that there were all those rumours that he'd be skipping right over Florida, going straight to TV, and then he wrestled Chavo in a dark match on Monday (which got an apparent great reaction), so everything seemed like it was on the right path... er, 'til now.
I really think he can succeed whether he has to change his style or not, even though his success was built almost solely upon his wrestling ability.
I almost see him as a modern Bret Hart, in that he is over because he's that genuine hero-type character, that doesn't feel like a character at all. It just feels real. And he gets over with his wrestling first, personality second, which is difficult to do. At least in mainstream wrestling.
All cool with me, though. Can't wait 'til he debuts.
... I hope I don't eat those words.