Can you blame Alexander? There are a lot of wrestlers in WWE and as a result, not everyone can be at the top of the card. They might have all the skills in the world but at the end of the day, only a select few are going to be able to make it as far as they want to. Just because they’re stuck doesn’t mean they have to like it though, and that is the case with a rather talented WWE star.
One of the most defeating things to see in WWE is someone falling down the hill. While it is not a complete death sentence for someone’s career, it is very rare to see them get back to the top of the mountain once they have been knocked down. It isn’t made any easier when one of the easiest ways to have someone lose their spot is by a mere Vince McMahon whim. That might be the case with a popular name.
After this week’s Monday Night Raw, Cedric Alexander posted a short video to Twitter, suggesting that he was tired of being in short matches. During this week’s Monday Night Raw, Alexander challenged Riddick Moss for the 24/7 Title, losing in less than three minutes. Alexander has not won a match on Monday Night Raw since September and has mainly wrestled on Main Event this year. This is not the first time that Alexander has been frustrated, as “frustrated is an understatement” pinned to the top of his Twitter page. There is nothing to suggest that Alexander is considering leaving the company.
Frustrated is an understatement
— Cedric Alexander (@CedricAlexander) February 12, 2020
Alexander is a heck of a hand. Check out the video he posted and some of his better moments:
Opinion: I can’t say I blame him for being frustrated and I don’t know if I see that changing anytime soon. Alexander is someone who can do a lot of things in the ring but he isn’t the most charismatic wrestler in the world. That being said, he hasn’t had much of a chance to showcase himself in recent months. Hopefully he gets a chance in WWE or gets to go somewhere he has the chance, because he’s good enough to have a shot.
What do you think of Alexander? Will he ever get a serious WWE run? Let us know in the comments below.
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