The merits and demerits of Roman Reigns vs The Miz
A fresh feud or a stale storyline?
Roman Reigns defeated John Cena at No Mercy and solidified his 'Big Dog' status in WWE. The following night on RAW, Reigns has got into a feud with The A-Lister, Miz.
The Miz and his Miztourage have been on fire for the last few months, defeating the likes of Jeff Hardy, Jason Jordan, and Dean Ambrose. Miz has been synonymous with the intercontinental championship for quite some time now and has successfully held the upper mid-card on his own.
A Reigns v Miz feud is entertaining and will have a decent build, but it doesn't come without its flaws. We look at the merits and demerits of having The Big Dog face off against The Awesome One.
# 5: Demerit: One vs All.
Roman Reigns was going to fight against the Miz, but as the case has been for every other superstar before him, he will have to fight Curtis Axel and Bo Dallas as well. The three on one attack has become pretty repetitive and is a cheap tactic used by WWE to get some heel heat for the superstars involved.
Reigns is one of the strongest booked wrestlers in WWE today, and it will not be a surprise to see him fight off all the three superstars of the Miztourage. WWE has hoped to make Roman a top babyface for years now, and this will be another attempt at doing so.
However, it is a commonly known fact that Reigns has never produced the desired result against any heel. The 'underdog' fighting three superstars on his own will be a major downside of this feud as it is never gonna work the way WWE wants it to.