In the last few months of Monday Night Raw, one of the top Superstars of the WWE Monday night red show, it was without a doubt Seth Rollins, who had a long feud with the San Diego elf, Rey Mysterio, which culminated in Extreme Rules' Eye for an Eye match, where Rollins literally drew an eye to the talent of Mexican origins, ousting him from WWE TV screens, with Mysterio who had no longer had a contract with the federation for months.
Among the many Superstars that revolved around Rollins, there was also Aleister Black, who had repeatedly gone in support of the San Diego elf, during the continuous attacks by Rollins, Murphy and Raw's entire heel band, with Black who, however, in the last episode of the red show suffered a bad blow at the hands of the Monday Night Messiah, which apparently would be the metaphorical cross on the dark character of the red roster according to Vince McMahon.
According to what was revealed by the well-known overseas website Sportskeeda, through the words of the well-known journalist Tom Colohue, Vince McMahon is not be a fan of Raw's tattooed boy, despite considering him a great athlete with remarkable performances, he still does not find that right appeal in the wrestler.
Aleister Black’s push could be set to come to an end
To push a lot for a push in the upper floors of the card of the WWE flag show, it was in fact for months Paul Heyman, former Executive Director of Monday Night Raw, who had also included him in the feud with Rollins just to make the stand out qualities of the Raw boy.
“To my knowledge, it is Vince McMahon who has mixed opinions shall we say. Vince added that creek to the entrance when he leverages up and now he has removed the entrance all together. We haven’t seen the Aleister Black entrance in a long time.
To put it bluntly, Vince thinks that there’s something missing about Aleister Black. It’s similar to how he feels about Cesaro. Keep an eye on this one because we all know how that went”. Cesaro continues to be booked relatively strong as a tag team competitor.
If Black is perceived to be in a similar mold as the Swiss wrestler, he can still find some success in the company. He probably just won’t be pushed as a main eventer, even if fans and backstage officials feel he deserves an opportunity.