Vaudevillians gonna flop?

Discussion in 'General WWE' started by C.M. Shaddix, Apr 8, 2016.

  1. I was watching their debut on Smackdown and this just feels like the Acensions' debut. No promos no hype, no nothing just them beating the dragons.... It was pretty lame...
  2. The Ascension had sooo many hype promos. They built those guys to the moon, they ran over the Road Warriors to get them over.
  3. The Villains and the Certified G's are tailor made for main roster failure. Seeing their entrance every week with nothing else added to set them apart will get old quickly.

    Hope I'm wrong, just very nervous about this
  4. If the brand split is real and they stay on Smackdown they'll be fine. Ryan knows how to write for them, the Raw writers will make them too comedic.
    Enzo & Cass will be fine. As long as their pre-match promos are short and not corny.
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  5. Vaudevillians are for sure gonna flop, I don't think there is any question about it. They debuted on Smackdown for crying out loud, thats already a terrible sign
  6. What doesn't flop these days? :smirk2:
  7. I'm a big fan of these guys, they're very good with a great look and great in ring ability.

    The only way they won't succeed is from bad booking which is a high possibility given how any times WWE has flopped with various other teams and stars over the last few years.

    Time will tell though so shall wait and see. Winning on SmackDown against a well established tag team of the Lucha Dragons isn't a bad start. Just unfortunate the RAW show was quite busy with various debuts from other NXT talents and obviously couldn't find time for these guys, but I'm sure we will see more of them in the coming weeks and hopefully it works out as they truly deserve it! They are men of steel like someone else we all know and love! :supercena:
  8. Imagine thinking this in 2016.

    Smackdown is the best place for them. The writer is the same guy who wrote their formation and rise to the top on NXT. Vince is not around for Smackdown and neither is Kevin Dunn.

    At worst they'll become solid workhorses like the Ascension when the shelf life for the gimmick runs out. If they show up on RAW we need to be worried for them.