Who will succeed more: Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins or Roman Reigns?

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  1. Dean Ambrose

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  2. Seth Rollins

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  3. Roman Reigns

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  1. Which one of the three in your opinion will have the most success?
     
  2. Hard to say when we've seen nothing of them except wearing bulletproof (?) vests and attacking people in the name of 'justice.' Hopefully Ambrose. He looks legitimately psychotic, and reminds me a lot of Brian Pillman in that regard. Sean Rollins is great in the ring (I've heard people brag about 'Tyler Black' from his ROH days) but I wonder what kind of persona he'll have post-Shield. Roman Reigns could go either way. He has a good look that WWE love (he's big) but I can also picture him becoming just a generic big man that goes nowhere.
     
  3. I voted Dean Ambrose, although I think all will be successful. It seems ambrose is far superior on the mic though.
     
  4. Dean Ambrose, one of the top 2 mic worker in the WWE today.
     
  5. Dean Ambrose at this point since he seems to be the focal point of The Shield but I think they could all be successful.
     
  6. I think all of them will succeed somehow, though I do think Reigns may be just your usual powerhouse who doesn't talk much and may get lost in translation.

    I'm real interested in what Ambrose and Rollins has to offer. Ambrose is really entertaining on mic and I've been sent his past work when he use to be Jon Moxley, and damn dude, shit was pretty intense and I got attached to his character quick. Then, there's Rollins who sells moves like a freakin' boss. I still can't forget the TLC match. I was amazed. Plus, any Potter fan is freakin' awesome in my book.
     
  7. Ambrose but I see them all doing well tbh they have something about them and with the eight gimmicks and feuds after Shield have no reasons to not do well. Voting Ambrose to be one of the mist reviled heels of all time and possibly to ever turn face as I dont see it suiting him.
     
  8. Ambrose but I see them all doing well tbh they have something about them and with the eight gimmicks and feuds after Shield have no reasons to not do well. Voting Ambrose to be one of the most reviled heels of all time and possibly to ever turn face as I dont see it suiting him.
     
  9. RE: Who will succeed moDean Ambrose, Seth Rollins or Roman Reigns?

    Double post, dear.
     
  10. RE: Who will succeed moDean Ambrose, Seth Rollins or Roman Reigns?

    Its off my phone an my connection keeps going apologies lol
     
  11. RE: Who will succeed moDean Ambrose, Seth Rollins or Roman Reigns?

    Lol, it's fine. Just thought I'd let ya' know. :otunga:
     
  12. I voted Roman, because I'm still in the silly mindset of "big guy + vince = big star". That guy's going to be a huge star, he's certainly better than Mason Ryan and already a huge female fan favorite.

    Ambrose doesn't have much of a look, but he's way too talented to fail (he's compared to Piper for a reason) even if he's an upper mid-carder for life. He could easily be a Hall of Famer.

    Rollins has the least potential of the three. Seth Freaking Rollins. Who people have compared favorably to Jeff Hardy, who could definitely be a potential main eventer, has the least potential. Just shows you how awesome this faction is.
     
  13. RE: Who will succeed moDean Ambrose, Seth Rollins or Roman Reigns?

    :true:

    :gusta:

    Though, honestly, I favor all three.
     
  14. Can't say. What WWE wants to do with them plays a very big part here. But all of them have the potential to be at least fix Upper Midcarders.
     
  15. All three will in my opinion have successful WWE careers. These are three men just too talented to fail. Ambrose has one of the most complete characters today in wrestling and his mic work can carry him in any situation - even if he sometimes isn't that great a wrestler, though he is good now - and I see a stellar future as a heel for him. Upper mid card to main event.

    Rollins has improved on his mic work since debuting and his ring work has always been great. He is the one of the three with the most potential as a face in my opinion. He oozes face charisma, people who watched NXT and FCW along with me will agree on that and I believe that once the Shield ends we will see the resurgence of "Hard rock Rollins". He will at least be an upper midcarder jumping into the main event from time to time. Filling out the role of a Kofi or Jericho for his generation. Not necessarily main eventing a wrestlemania but definitely being on the card.

    Reigns has the build, physique and pedigree to make it (I have spoken of his family tree multiple times on here) and whilst he is the greenest of the three has tons of potential. He will become a mid card fixture at the least.
     
  16. Now this is a good thread, unlike Punk ones.

    I voted Reigns, but Rollins is close I feel.

    Ambrose... I have my doubts about him. He's awesome yes, but I think WWE isn't looking for someone like him long term.
     
  17. I would Say ambrose , but just cuz I'm a mark.
    Rollins have the look (sadly) and Vince is/gonna be high on him. He's like Batista .a powerhouse. I expect him to be an uppermicard . ( 2 USA , 5 IC , 2WHC)
    I really like Seth , he sells really well and has a really god in ring work . He works well as face. All depends on how the WWE books him. ( 5 USA , 4 IC , 4 WHC , 2 WWE )
    Ambrose , one of my favourites wrestlers right now , he has the skill and he's fresh . We need a psycho guy . He's like orton but with the mic skills. Expect him to be the most important one in WWE's future . ( 3 IC ,2 WHC ,3-4 WWE)
     
  18. Ambrose. He has it all. He has a great look and is arguably the best at portraying his gimmick -- both inside and outside the ring -- in the whole company. He is a great wrestler and an even better talker, and talking well has become more important over the years.

    I nearly said Reigns solely because of his look and how Vince has a fetish for big guys. The reason I didn't is because he drastically needs to improve on the mic, and without that ability he will not go far unless WWE start to use managers effectively again.

    I really fear for Rollins to be honest. I can see him being a midcarder for life with no real chances to get a main event spot. He will hop between midcard success, failure and then tag-teams, but I hope I am wrong.