>vanilla midget in a bingo hall "promotion" with a little toy prop piece of shit
I can't argue he's got the look, but he's a shitter in the ring and he's got no charisma of his own.
I mean, for a guy that wanted to leave WWE to be his own guy, he seems to have no problem using the taunts WWE gave him, his brothers moves, Bullet Clubs fame, and his father's name to get to where he is now.
We have a winner. Close the thread.
>saw Cody in a literal bingo hall yesterday.
he looked great.
there were lots of women.
>mothers of mentally handicapped adult men.
>a few under-12s hoping to bond with their dads on their one sunday a month
>the merch girl.
>An actual hamplanet taking up 3 chairs.
>whiney little jesus freak
>snaps on wrestler for jokingly cutting the 3:16 promo
>appears on Austin's podcast and doesn't have the fucking stones to so much as bring it up to him.
I tried to like this guy, I really did, but he's not as good as I thought he was going to be when he left WWE. As you said he has the look, and he's a decent promo, but his wrestling is ok at best for him to be 31 and his character is a bizarre hodgepodge of everything he's been up to this point.
He's supposed to be the American Nightmare, which I suppose is supposed to be a badass heel character, but he blows kisses to the crowd and kisses the ring when he comes out like a face would. Then he does the 'whatcha thinking bout?' taunt that he did as Stardust and doesn't have anything to do with his current character.
I respect the guys move to leave a job for life with WWE and to become a legit indie draw - he does get people to come out to bingo shows and has tripled his income, according to him - but I can't help but feel that he's mostly hype and a hanger-on to the Bullet Club. He's easily the worst wrestler between Goldy, Dusty and himself, and seems to benefit more from his name than he does from his own skills/talents.