Could Ryback team with Kidd and Santino?

Discussion in 'RAW' started by Crayo, Nov 26, 2012.

  2. Hopefully Santino and Roman start a fued and piss off out of this potentially epic storyline.
  3. There is nothing wrong with Roman being a part of this storyline. He can only benefit from it since he is allowed be up close as some of the best in the business work their craft and that will allow him to pick up on and learn from them.
  4. Meh, he's still rather bland in comparison to other people they could have brought up. It may help him but from a personal point of view idgaf about him.
  5. Understandable but one must also look at the potential of Roman. He's only been wrestling for 2 years and for a 2 year rookie he is very good. He also has the lineage and potential to be big so I think I understand why they chose to pick him up. He seems like the kind of guy who can learn from being near top dogs.
  6. I've watched Roman's matches when he was known as Leakee.

    Pretty awesome how he moves around for his size. It surprises me how all the Samoan guys move around so smooth, and can do moves like a man half of their size. (Uso's jumping over the top rope for example)

    Him being in there is a good thing imo, he is the powerhouse of the three. Three types of wrestlers. Rollins is the quick flyer, Ambrose the agressive brawler/probably talker, and Roman the Powerhouse.

    Ryback with Kidd and Santino? I don't know. I love Santino but I'm not sure if he is the right man for the situation.
    I'm glad they got Kidd in there to give him a push that he deserves.

    If he wasn't injured, Alex Riley could've been a good pick. Or, to get him out of the ADR storyline, Randy Orton. Hell, to get it a little agressive put Mason Ryan in it. He has not been on TV for such a long time.
  7. Agreed.
  8. Not really sure I like this. Santino makes me think this is going to end up badly. :sad1:
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