WWE: 4 Reasons Why Fandango's Character Could Prove to Be a Success

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WWE: 4 Reasons Why Fandango's Character Could Prove to Be a Success
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Professional wrestling is known for its outlandish gimmicks.

Who could forget the truly bizarre persona of Dustin Rhodes’ Goldust, the gruesome antics of Marty Wright’s Boogeyman or the downright ridiculous appearance of Mike Hallick’s Mantaur?

In many cases, but not all of them, these unorthodox characters tend to have a fairly difficult time getting over in the WWE.

And many expect such troubles to haunt the latest creation of the WWE’s zany mind; Fandango, the Latin ballroom dancer – who just happens to be a professional wrestler.

While it’s understanding for fans to be sceptical of this new concept, Fandango seems to have garnered a lot more criticism than one may have expected during his short time on WWE television.

But fear not, as there is still plenty of potential for this gimmick to flourish.

This article identifies four key reasons why Fandango could yet prove to be a success, and thus silence his many doubters.

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