Views From The Turnbuckle: Heel And Face Turns The WWE Should Make (Cena Free!!)
For some unexplained reason, the WWE quickly gave up on heel Truth and switched him back to being a face after Survivor Series (this may have had to do with Truth being suspended for violating the substance abuse policy, but it still does not explain why he needed to change to face). Truth is currently just spinning his tires, he worked with Kofi Kingston and won the tag titles, but that has since fallen apart, and now like Rhodes, he just seems to be feeder talent.
Truth has a remarkable gift for entertainment, few are better at facial comedy and subtle movements and his little jimmy tirade arguably made him one of the most popular superstars on the roster. It would be a shame to see him go without one last chance to really express himself as a heel.
Turn Antonio Cesaro Face
After getting off to a blistering start, Cesaro has seemed too gotten on the bad side of the WWE because since the calendar turned to 2013, it seems like he went from being European Superman to stepping stone.
Cesaro first burst on to the scene with a fairly mundane anti-American gimmick where he became the US champion and denounced the nation's people. While mildly amusing, the gimmick had a short shelf life and along with some seriously questionable booking decisions have really halted the Swiss grappler's momentum. He is now without the US Title and seems to be jobbing all too frequently.
A healthy change that should interest both the WWE and Cesaro is for him to turn face. Anyone that has witnessed him in ROH understands that Cesaro can get a crowd behind him just as well as he can against him. He possess a unique charm in his in-ring presence and his incredibly expansive and engaging move-set could easily make him a popular mid-carder. He is still fairly young (32 years old) and could provide the WWE will a very valuable asset down the road as it expands globally, since he is a proud European.
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