Originally Posted by Darkside Ron Garvin
Yeah, I've seen that alot. Believe me. But even so, I don't find alignment to be completely insignificant. There are times where if I see a wrestler play both sides of the coin, I might find them more entertaining with one specific alignment. Take Randy Orton for example. He's pretty entertaining as a heel but as a face, he falls flat most of the time. But again, alignment is one of the very last intangibles I consider when I want to determine the entertainment value of a performer. For me, a wrestler's entertainment value depends on in-ring work, mic skills, character and crowd interaction. There are other things too but I find these four things to be the most important. Before his match with Randy Orton, Fandango, IMO, was a dud in all four categories. He made strides in the in-ring department but not by a huge margin. Overall, I still think that Fandango can be tolerable but in no way exponentially entertaining because his current gimmick restricts him.