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The Potential of the Loud Mouth Mr. Kennedy

xxValentinoxx Aka rashadCorrespondent IApril 29, 2009

The potential of Mr. Kennedy, this is my newest article its a series I'm doing if you haven't checked them out here is a link to my previous ones:

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/160988-wwe-the-potential-of-the-ballin-superstar

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/159952-wwe-potential-first-instalment-ted-debiase-jr

Okay, here we go.

Mr. Kennedy.

Mr. Kennedy started in the WWE as a heel but people liked him so much that he was turned into a face.

He has all the potential in the world, the WWE was very high on him before his injuries; he was feuding with Shawn Michaels until No Way Out I think.

The WWE has tried to push Mr. Kennedy countless times but every time a push gets started, Kennedy has an injury.

If you recall, he was going to be named Mr. McMahon's long lost son but he had an injury I think it was either that or drugs.

Before that, he was in the main event scene teaming with Triple H against the entire Raw roster; if teaming with Triple h in the main event isn't a push then I don't know what is.

He was a part of the Ric Flair retirement angle. Last year, he was drafted to Smackdown and I think he had one match with Umaga which he lost, I'm sorry to say.

Then guess what, he got injured. It would figure that they hype Umaga and Kennedy up about their simultaneous debuts and then they both get sidelined for the majority of the year.

Mr. Kennedy has the look to be a main eventer in the WWE if he stops getting injured so many times, he would be on top by now.

We can only hope that when he gets back from his injury he gets a slow and steady push and does not become injury prone.

Please tell me if you think MMMMMRRRRRRRRRR KKKKKKKENNNNNNNEDYYYY has potential.

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