WWE SmackDown: 3 things WWE cleverly told us through Kevin Owens' attack on Shane McMahon
#2 Kevin Owens is receiving a huge push
Frankly speaking, I didn't know what would happen to Kevin Owens after his loss to Kofi Kingston, but I have to say, WWE has managed to pull the rabbit out of the hat in this one. His face turn has not only made him a fan favorite, but he also is quite believable.
Also, his win against Dolph Ziggler made his momentum grow and this week's attack on Shane has only made it grow further. I just hope WWE doesn't kill his momentum by burying him against Shane because Owens is a very skilled performer and maybe the best on the mic in the whole WWE. I think Eric and Vince McMahon are invested in this "Owens against the Authority" arc and I can't help but think that Owens is receiving a huge push.
#1 Kevin Owens is the premier babyface on SmackDown Live
I know Kofi Kingston is currently the WWE Champion and the main thing on SmackDown Live but I, for some reason, wait for Owens to show up, and I cheer him more than Kofi. Also, the whole WWE Universe has bought into this character of Owens and are invested in this storyline more than the others.
Right now, Owens is the main attraction of SmackDown Live and his promos are voicing everything the WWE Universe is thinking, and that is why he has so much support from the fans and the reason why he is premier babyface on the show. I mean no disrespect to Kofi, but Kevin is a brilliantly skilled wrestler and he deserves everything coming his way.