I've watched a few ROH ippv's and Youtube-stuff. Though I can fully understand that El Generico wants to make some money, I don't think it's a smart move on the creative side. He's spectacular but I always feel he's a bit dangerous and botches high impact moves. He takes to much risk.
Just Imagine it,even throught it's a way too improbable..
But during a monday night Raw..
A Wild "Olééé oléé olééé olééééééé" Theme song start.
Will Shit in my pants,mark the fuck out..
Really,El Generico is one of those guys who should keep their In Ring Name and even theme song if he'll ever land on The E.
Well,CM Punk did kept his Name,and not to mention he was CM Punk not only In the indie Scene,but in TNA too (lol about him calling it indie xD)
So,Have El Generico,let Him keep his name and Theme song,and The "Yes!No!" chants will soon become Olé! chants!
well it looks they have passed on sami callihan so i hope to shit generico gets signed but there are a few issue's:
.he wont keep his name or gimmick (punk only kept his because of heyman)
.he would fit into the mysterio and cara mold so i can't see him main eventing (i know rey did but they are going with the giants again show,ryback,sheamus which i can't see ending)
.if creative can't think up anything for ambrose then they wouldnt know what to do with generico and he would be released before even making tv
El Generico vs Cody Rhodes. Now that is something I want to see.
This would be interesting to see!
Originally Posted by Dubs
Agree 100%... He is soooooo talented and has soooooo many moves. But if WWE signs him he wouldn't be able to do top rope brainbusters or any of those sick powerbombs. He would be so watered down that he really wouldn't be El-Generico.
Originally Posted by Cabers
Ex: Matt Sydal/Evan Bourne