WWE: Should AJ Be on Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman's Team?
One is a physically dominant freak, who dominated amateur wrestling, professional wrestling and mixed martial arts. Another is the most brilliant mind—and the most vocal tongue—in professional wrestling.
Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman are a dream team, dominating both the physical and mental aspects of the game.
Then there's AJ. A sweet—albeit confused—little girl who seems quite unable to defend herself. However, she is in a position of power. And, she seems to be impressionable.
However, behind the confused, impressionable girl, we often she glimpses of a strong-willed and powerful woman. There are two sides to AJ—the girl next door that doesn't really know what she is doing and the businesswoman that will do anything to get what she wants.
While she is the new GM of RAW, she still has issues with CM Punk, Daniel Bryan, Kane and perhaps Sheamus (whose kick at WrestleMania 28 started it all). Whether she will side with one or another of them is something we wait to see.
But, what if she decides on a different approach? With Brock Lesnar set to face Triple H at SummerSlam, there is plenty of place for the power-hungry.
Paul Heyman, the man who ran ECW and SmackDown, will probably want in on some of the power that the COO, Triple H carries. Triple H's wife and in-laws will do everything in their power to avoid Heyman getting the upper hand.
But, will Vince McMahon's recent appointee to power—the new general manager of Raw—have anything to say in the matter? If there is an all-out power struggle, she must take sides.
And, while it might be safe to bet on the side of the first family of professional wrestling, AJ has never been the one to take the safe road. In fact, more often than not, she has been right at the center of business, as Punk and Bryan recently found out in their WWE title feud.
So, where will her allegiance lie in a power struggle? While we can speculate, we can't be sure about anything AJ does. In the words of the WWE champion, "You just gotta love crazy chicks!"
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