Originally Posted by K2Jelly
I kind of disagree. I think that Fandago's character gets a pretty decent reaction by the crowd not just because of his song. He got brutally criticized by fans when he first showed up with the "you can't wrestle" chants.
He survived two unmerciful crowds in Philadelphia and Brooklyn. Now I am not saying these are the representative of the entire fan base, but they are brutally honest crowds who voice their displeasure loudly any chance they get. You can argue that they are heel crowds also, but I just think that people are (overall) entertained by him.
(I think I saw someone use breathe in the a's
as a twitter name.)