Angel Garza hasn’t been too involved in the proceedings in WWE for a while now, and his run on Raw isn’t what fans want it to be yet. The Mexican star has been struggling to get on the card and is now trying to reignite his flame in WWE’s midweek Main Event show.
It seems as if he does need that big push now more than ever, and there’s nothing better in it for him than taking on an established star. While most stars are engaged in feuds with others, one man remains.
In a recent post on Twitter, Garza called ‘The Charismatic Enigma’ out by expressing his interest in fighting him sometime in the near future.
Jeff Hardy has also been floundering on the mid-card despite his huge name and career accomplishments. Being one of the most experienced stars in the business, Hardy aims to make a comeback and secure one final title win before he calls it on his career.
Hardy can do for Garza what Chris Jericho did for Kevin Owens or what WWE tried to make Kurt Angle do for Baron Corbin. Angel Garza is a Superstar with a lot of potential, but he just needs that one push.
Fans have already compared him to WWE legend Eddie Guerrero, and there is a lot that can be done with him.
Jeff Hardy wants to introduce a popular persona to WWE
Wrestling as a singles Superstar has been hard for Jeff Hardy. In spite of his reign as Intercontinental Champion last year, he has been booked poorly with back-to-back losses coming in. WWE needs to give him a refreshing change and hopefully let him showcase a different persona.
Hardy himself has long expressed his desire to bring back The Willow, a re-envisioned version of himself as a character. He used The Willow in Impact and believes it would take off well in WWE.
He could also bring back the ‘Brother Nero’ persona which fans would love seeing. Jeff Hardy has been entertaining the Wrestling world for over 20 years now and still has the spark no matter how he’s booked.
If he does take Angel Garza up on the offer, it could lead to big things and is just the sort of match both Superstars need right now.