Fandango has only had one match so far, but many fans have already written off the WWE's newest superstar.
In fact, plenty of fans have proved unwilling to even give Fandango a chance at all and wrote him off as a "terrible" or "stupid" character almost as soon as he debuted. Of course, there are some fans who just can't stop singing his theme music, either.
While it's far too early to be able to tell whether or not Fandango will ultimately succeed in the WWE, that hasn't prevented a good chunk of the viewing audience to assume that he's destined to fail.
Although Fandango's performance at WrestleMania 29 wasn't anything great, he did well in the biggest match (well, the first match too) of his career, and of course, he picked up a huge victory over Chris Jericho.
It's clear that the WWE wants to build up Fandango as one of its top rising heels, but that is easier and said than done. There are plenty of ways to give him a better chance of succeeding, though.
Here are seven ways that Fandango, against all odds, can succeed in the WWE.