WWE Elimination Chamber 2012 Results: Daniel Bryan Must Lead New Heel Stable
The 2012 WWE Elimination Chamber pay-per-view wasn’t the best show by any stretch of the imagination, but two huge events took place: Daniel Bryan’s victory and the formation of a heel stable.
Should Daniel Bryan Head the New Heel Stable?
With the return of Alberto del Rio and Christian and their alliance to the interim general manager of Raw, John Laurinaitis has formed a nice heel corporation of himself, David Otunga and Mark Henry. While Jack Swagger wanted in, no one cared enough about him for the WWE to even really acknowledge him.
That formation is outstanding on its own because of the WWE’s lack of talented heels, but they are missing their one key piece—the World Heavyweight Champion.
For those who missed the memo, Bryan officially turned heel when he ran over Randy Orton and Big Show with his world title belt last week. That feeling was confirmed when Michael Cole started advocating for Bryan during the Chamber match.
Six weeks of build is a long time, but it would be great if Sheamus has to fight Bryan this week and is saved by the new stable.
With it clear that they are working with him, Johnny Ace could abuse his power and arrange that for the next three weeks, Sheamus has to fight one member of the stable.
While they would not wear the colors or sport the music, this new group of heels that has a man of such power like Johnny Ace under their thumbs makes this very similar to when the nWo was running wild over WCW.
I wouldn’t mind seeing Daniel Bryan in nWo gear, though.
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