I've been reading a lot lately on Bleacher Report about how this character or that character is being misused. As my good buddy (and by good buddy I mean a gentleman who's articles I enjoy reading) Joe would say these articles are written by "Marks".
Now I don't know if I fall under that category, but there is one character in the WWE universe who is being extremely underutilized.
That character you ask? Well it's none other than Hornswoggle.
The guy just has WWE gold written all over him, yet he is reduced to mix tag matches and being crapped on by D-X.
First off D-X should be begging Hornswoggle to join and not the other way around.
What does Hornswoggle need with the likes of Shawn Michaels and Triple H?
He doesn't, but they need him. D-X is a gimmick, and it's dying. It needs new blood, and Hornswoggle can save it.
In fact, when Chris Jerricho came back to the WWE with the "Save Us" gimmick, I thought Hornswoggle was finally being repackaged and he was going to "Save Us" from all the chumps in the WWE.
"The Champ is Here!" John Cena's favorite saying, he actually stole that from Hornswoggle.
If you're still not convinced let me break it down even more for you.
There is nothing better than a David vs. Goliath story. Am I right? Of course I'm right, I'm never wrong!
So here's what I'm saying, John Cena is seemingly unstoppable, so to give him a crisp new look have him go against Hornswoggle.
I mean, no one in there right mind would expect Cena to win that match. It's perfect, he would finally be the underdog, and after years of trying to beat Hornswoggle, when he finally did, his victory would mean something.
Of course this is just too awesome for the WWE and probably you all to handle so the trolls will be out ripping me for this. I don't care.
This injustice has gone on long enough, Hornswoggle deserves his due, and deserves to get his venom back and start smacking people around, instead of being a joke.
Call me a Mark if you will, but you know I'm right.
The WWE has the most talented superstar ever, and he's reduced to a joke.
Until next time loyal reader.