There’s a reason for that. There are all kinds of WWE stars on the company’s roster and there are various ways to present them. The best way is something that will get the biggest reaction, and potentially money, from the fans. WWE will often change things up in order to draw in more eyes and that is what they have done with several wrestlers, all at the very same time.

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This week on SmackDown, Rey Mysterio and Legado del Fantasma officially reformed the Latino World Order (LWO). According to Wrestling Observer Radio, WWE’s thinking was that the idea made sense because they were in Los Angeles with a large Hispanic market in front of some of the most loyal fans they had. In addition, the idea was tied into the legacy of the original group’s founder, Eddie Guerrero.

It was an interesting idea. Check out how the team came together, its new leader in action and the original version:

Opinion: This is something that does make sense and there is something to the idea of putting these people together under the common LWO banner. The team very well could wind up turning into something and giving the Legado del Fantasma members a new story makes sense. I could go for more of them on television and now it seems like they are getting a fresh chance.

What do you think of the idea? How well will the team do? Let us know in the comments below.

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