3MB is one of the worst angles I've seen in a while, and I'm not excited to see them open the Survivor Series YouTube pre-show at 7:30 p.m. ET on Sunday night. Heath Slater, Drew McIntyre and Jinder Mahal are routinely pimped on WWE television, and 3MB is yet another insult to each of them.
They are set to take on Justin Gabriel and Tyson Kidd to kick off Survivor Series.
The WWE has basically taken three talented wrestlers it has no intention of pushing seriously and placed them in a joke of a stable called "Three-Man Band."
Slater is obviously the leader of the group, and he's a very talented in-ring performer. Unfortunately, he's become known for jobbing to everyone of any note in the WWE. This is the case for McIntyre and Jinder Mahal as well.
From an in-ring stand point, any combination of 3MB could put on a great show with Justin Gabriel and Tyson Kidd, but because this group is predestined to forever job, the intrigue is dulled a bit.
I'd have no problem watching any member of this group get a legit push, but 3MB is a joke. From the first time I saw them run-in on the Prime-Time Players on Monday Night Raw on October 15, their credibility was shot.
They have absolutely no chemistry. It was a terrible introduction into the consciousness of WWE nation.
I know it's a pre-show, but it is frustrating to see talent wasted in a few snapshots and aerial maneuvers. There are a lot of less-talented superstars getting attention on a weekly basis.
Hopefully this angle or crew disbands quickly. Maybe this angle will serve as a means to catapult one or all the members of 3MB to bigger and better things.
For now, I'll yawn through a few amazing high-flying acts in the pre-show while I wait for the real show to start at 8 p.m. ET.
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