One could argue that Roman Reigns was not made to look strong enough considering he's not in next Sunday's WWE Undisputed Championship situation.
That said, it's been a long time since Orton has had any title shot to speak of and it's been even longer since he was dethroned as Champion at WrestleMania 30.
Making him a face again was just a natural move as his last heel run was just such a watered down version of the previous heel reigns for Orton that it just didn't spark any conviction nor plausability. If anything; all he became was a whiny and less charismatic version of heel Chris Jericho. And that in of itself is something I would to keep 500 feet away from.
Naomi doing a heel turn is very unexpected and a little disappointing as I find she has the potential to be a leading Face diva of the WWE that could replace AJ as the architype/face of the Divas division.
Because let's face it, having the Bellas be the faces of the Division is effectively saying "we're comfortable with mediocrity and low quality/standards".
They might be beautiful women, but that's where the good qualities end. The Bellas offer nothing to the product other than a few athletic barbie dolls that couldn't make it as reality tv stars. Gotta love AJ Lee for that, lol.
And with Lesnar gone from the Title picture for the foreseeable (a fact I'm very pleased about) it means some credibility back to the Undisputed Championship. I might not like Rollins, the character, but the athlete I have much respect for. Worked hard and clawed for everything he's got and his cashing in at Mania just echoed Edge's cash ins whenever he saw the Champion at the time was compromised.
All that will be complete is he denies Orton another title shot if he defeats Orton next Sunday by going "screw you guys. I'm going home. No title shot for you." and the Eric Cartman shtick will be complete. I compare with Eric Cartman because he whines like said character, lol.
That'll do this post entry.
Good night, From the Knight
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