Originally Posted by B-MCINTYRE
Oh yeah Tensai, I completely forgot about him lol. As for Maddox I see him having a pretty successful future in the WWE. I don't see him as a main eventer, but I see him being the focal point of the midcard, which isn't a bad thing. As for Ryback I've been on here saying since his debut that he will not last as a top guy in the WWE. He's too Goldberg esque without the charisma, or "it" factor, that Goldberg had to make up for his lack of gimmick. Ryback might not be future endeavored, but I don't see him as a top guy in the WWE in the future. As for the Shield I see each member winning at least one WWE Championship and one World Heavyweight Championship. Ambrose, Rollins, and Reigns all have huge amounts of potential that is up to them to cash in or not.
As for the whole debuting to many people at once point. I completely understand why you think it's good because your points are all valid. Some people don't blow up, however I feel that debuting to many people at once waters down everyone who debuts because you can't push everyone at once. For instance with the whole Ryback vs Shield thing was the if one of them loses that person loses a lot of momentum and credibility. Both did not have enough time underneath them where a loss wouldn't hurt their reputation that much. I think per year we should only see about five to six people debut. Give them more room to breath and grow. We've already seen ten people debut with Tensai and Brodus Clay added to my original eight. I think that is way to many people to not only keep relevant, but to also keep their pushes going. I will admit that my stance would be different if Raw and Smackdown! we're separate and time was split up a little better.
As for Ziggler I don't think he'll be getting another mouth piece, but I again have to respectfully disagree because I think leading a stable gives you a little more respect. It makes you seem to not only be a leader of men, but better than the rest of the locker room because these people are following your lead. Also if you look at almost every great superstar had their own stable. HHH had Evolution, The McMahon-Helmsley Regime, and DX. HBK had the original DX. Stone Cold had the Alliance. Hulk Hogan had the n.W.o. Kurt Angle had the Angle Alliance. Edge had La Familia. CM Punk had S.E.S and New Nexus. The Rock had the Corporation. The Undertaker had the Ministry of Darkness. Ric Flair had the Four Horseman. I think having led a stable adds a little more to your resume, especially if you were a heel.