ESPN's article also questioned Antonio Cesaro's yodeling, asking, "why is the former U.S. champ dumbing down his act while losing match after match after match on national TV? Cesaro should be the man in John Cena's face, or jumping in Dolph Ziggler's grill."
Cesaro is a perfect example of WWE incompetence. They introduced an interesting twist on the anti-American heel (He likes American ideals but thinks they're wasted on Americans.) and did nothing with it. Instead, he's yodeling.
As a WWE fan, I wish TNA was way better than it is. That would force WWE to be better. TNA has put all of its eggs in one basket -- Aces and Eights. When WCW had the nWo, WWE was doing its best work ever because of the intense competion. The difference is that WCW had interesting non-nWo storylines to go with the nWo stuff. TNA has done pretty much nothing other than some decent (at best) Aces stories.
I guarantee you that Vince and company does not see TNA as ANY kind of threat. They damn sure saw WCW as a threat back in the glory days of wrestling.
If Reigns can ever learn to talk I think he could be a superstar. His look is fantastic and he's a solid worker. I also like Rollins quite a bit but he needs to bulk up a bit to be a main event guy in WWE (not real big, but probably Jericho big).
Ambrose is the one that everyone seems to love and I just don't see it yet. His mic skills are what supposedly sets him apart, but I think he always looks and talks like he has to take a ****. The squinty face is just weird and unnatural.