Hernandez is supposedly the leader of the group, but you probably didn't know that because it obviously hasn't been clarified very well. The first week we saw the faction together, the addition of upstart Anarquia made us recognize this group.
Hernandez introduced us to the group and it seemed that we were seeing a faction in which we were going to see a guy get over. The issue is that Hernandez lacks the overall mic skills to be a leader, which is why TNA seems to have backed off of his leader ways and made the team equal.
Hernandez has performed okay in the ring, but really that is all he has done well since this group has been together. Simply put, this group has been killing the one time rising wrestler. It seemed as a face, Hernandez did well, but as a heel he has sucked horribly.
The kicker to all of this is that Hernandez is an American citizen, and it has been said on TNA iMPACT that Hernandez was a proud American. This happened when World Elite recruited him and he turned it down. His father was in our wonderful armed forces and he was proud being a known as an American.
Yet TNA doesn't even touch this subject at all when the group is put together. Now, I would be fine if Hernandez wanted to turn his back on America for the storyline and told us something involving that. Instead, TNA didn't even mention the past when putting Hernandez with this group.
The guy was sent to AAA, a Mexican promotion, in which he performed for a few months. The moment he gets back, he's suddenly a Mexican who wants to take over? Ok then.
I want actual clarity when Hernandez is involved TNA. If you wanted to put him in this group, at least have him turn his back on America in some way, and the armed forces could even be involved since his father was in them.
Yet that is suddenly supposed to be forgotten? Really?
The funniest part of all of this is that Hernandez has been a US citizen so long, he had to learn Spanish when he went to AAA for those months