When Aces & Eights first started courting Anderson it seemed like he would play one of the larger roles within the group, considering his personality and standing within the company. Since deciding to join, however, he has been nothing more than an extra, simply there amongst the crowd. He doesn't get mic time (his strength) he doesn't get singles matches and is thrown into group matches as an afterthought. Is this going to be his main function as a member? Just to blend into the background and add some name value to the club? To me it seems like a waste of a guy who was once pretty popular in TNA. Would you guys be interested in an angle where Anderson starts to doubt the club, realizes Bully is in it for himself and not this "never walk alone" stuff, and he begins to resent the club and rebel against it? I think Anderson defecting from the heel stable and becoming a challenger for Bully's title (just one of those built up Impact title matches, no PPV or anything)could be entertaining. It could become a very interesting mini-feud and add another layer to the group and become the first crack in the armor of unity that we've come to expect from Aces & Eights. Otherwise, if he just stays into the status quo as the filler guy, it would have been an immense waste of time for a pretty talented performer that I enjoy watching when he is utilized properly.