Do you think there’s still use for a Cuban businessman as a manager – or dare I say it – advocate? A returning Erick Rowan would be interesting as a monster in need of a mouthpiece. Or let’s just go the obvious route and put him in the real estate business with Primo and Epico. Samoa Joe would be an interesting twist, too. Or a peacemaker between Caesaro and Seamus. Sadly, trying to make The Usos interesting would be asking too much of the guy. You’d have a better chance getting Roman over (had to do there).
I feel like I’m missing something here. Who are you referring to? The guy who used to manage Umaga?
Managers are pretty much gone because guys don’t have freedom to just say what they want anyway, so it’d just be someone different reading the same scripted lines.