Originally Posted by SilverGhost
Personally, I think that's part of his gimmick. As seen with his in-ring style, he doesn't run across the ring without a care in the world, his very methodical in most every move he does. He's not one of those people that do a ton of move in a short time - he makes sure each one he does counts, and lets it sink in. Tells a good story, about him physically breaking down his opponent, making them play his game - while, also, having to worry about his finisher, which can hit from anywhere.
Think of it like being tortured, by someone, in a sense. A good one, won't jump from style to style, but instead take his time - make it personal, make it hurt, make it last.