When Sin Cara debuted last Monday on Raw, there was a lot of excitement in the air because the world saw a glimpse of what made him so great in Mexico for so many years.
But there are some doubters, who are afraid that his style might not translate well to the WWE style.
WWE has big plans for him, but as is the case with all of the guys that they want to push, will they stick with him long enough to make him into a star in this country.
John Cena is always a lightning rod and there's still a lot to talk about with that promo he cut on Raw this past Monday before he called out The Rock.
I understand why Cena is in the position that he is in with the company, but he has to change some things about his presentation.
You could argue that a BIG part of the problem with the WWE today is a result of Cena's laissez faire attitude in the ring.
Triple H made news yesterday when WWE officially announced that he would be taking over the talent relations department.
The news doesn't come as a shock because Triple H was going to take over some control backstage sometime in the very near future; it just turns out that the future is now.
We will have all the latest news and notes from the WWE for this Friday.