Lord Tensai: Bold Predictions for Newest WWE Superstar
It’s always exciting when the WWE unveils a new wrestler and this time, the fresh meat is named Lord Tensai.
He made his debut last night on Monday Night Raw and the appearance was somewhat boring, with just a brief video showing off his tattoos.
He is a man with a bald head and a bunch of Japanese symbols plastered all over him.
The big surprise was supposed to be the unveiling that this mystery man was in fact Matthew Bloom, but Ring Side News was able to break the story before the show.
Who is Bloom?
He’s a WWE veteran that used to wrestle under the ring names Prince Albert and A-Train. He was a one-time WWF intercontinental champion.
So, what can you do with Bloom as Lord Tensai?
Well, his hairy back can be a fun idea to play with.
How about a match against the seemingly hairless Sheamus in a battle of the body hair? They also can play the international angle with Lord Tensai having the Japanese connection and Sheamus being from Ireland.
The bald-headed brute would also match up well against Mark Henry. That would be a fun battle of two beasts in the sport with plenty of raw power involved. Both stink on the mic and can use their fists instead.
But with only 12 days until WrestleMania, the new guy can’t take off until after the biggest event of the year.
Will Lord Tensai Last More Than a Year?
It’s odd timing to introduce a new character and it makes you wonder if that means he will make a surprise appearance on April 1 in Miami after all.
Having him wrestle a guy like The Miz right beforehand would raise his profile, while throwing Miz further down the drain.
The big plans for Lord Tensai will likely be later this year. With a dark, mysterious aura about him, Kane would be a great long-term foe. The masked man vs. the tatted one would make for some entertaining ‘rasslin.
Kudos to WWE for bringing back another guy from the Attitude Era, but let’s make sure he has a better stint this time around.
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