This won't be a popular thread I don't think. Alberto Del Rio has one of the greatest looks in wrestling, he is fantastic in the ring, he has wrestling blood in his family, he received one of the biggest pushes in history, but he simply can not get the crowd to be interested in him it seems. He's not even bad on the mic for someone who's native language isn't English. So why? As a heel it was embarrassing. He was handed so much success, but no one seemingly wanted to make noise for him, and thus it always ended in the same way. All of us blamed his gimmick -- which was admittedly awful -- and that a face turn would do wonders for his career. Fast-track to his face turn, and things are looking great. The normal reaction that occurs after face turns come into flow (good reactions), and he was in cities that favoured him, but it didn't last long. Now WWE actually ask the crowd to chant "Riooooooooooooo" with Ricardo Rodriguez during the entrance when RAW is airing commercials, and that's never a good sign. After that entrance bit, the crowd are going silent, and I don't know why. They do the same for Sheamus, but not for Cena/Orton/Jericho or Rock. I suppose those are much bigger names with more history, but surely the hear and now is what is important? Why can't ADR get over? What is he doing wrong if anything? I'm thoroughly entertained by him most of the time, and I know a lot more people on here are too, but why is it only a minority of the IWC that appreciate him? Discuss.