The New Day Are a Best Heels in WWE Right Now

April 30, 2015 - WWE

It took WWE 5 months—and assertive rejecting from fans—to comprehend it, though The New Day members are a quintessential heels in an epoch when cynicism reigns supreme.

WWE customarily dismisses a bizarro reactions doled out during a Raw after WrestleMania, though each year, one sold reaction—from “Yes” chants in 2012 to Fandangoing in 2013—is too poignant to simply marker adult to a rough crowd.

On this week’s PodNasty Wrestling Podcast, we mentioned the “New Day sucks” chants were a one greeting WWE couldn’t ignore.  

The New Days’ smiles, claps and positivity are fast apropos a many absolute arms to alienate an assembly given Ravishing Rick Rude’s hips. Fans were chanting “New Day sucks,” though what they unequivocally meant was “the New Day has arrived.”

It’s not the ’80s anymore. The classic technical wrestler is a fan favorite given a easygoing favourite is a nuisance. If Ted DiBiase were active today, he’d be distinguished for choking out Bo Dallas.

The Reality Era rewrote a manners for heels. It’s not as elementary as wearing a black shawl anymore. Being truly loathed in veteran wrestling is some-more nuanced and some-more formidable than ever. Recording artist Meek Mill once famously rapped, “It’s levels to this s–t, immature boy,” and a same element relates to a levels of WWE villainy.

In today’s WWE, there are cold heels, bad guys and loyal heels. Cool heels are cheered, bad guys receive churned reactions and loyal heels are jeered.

Since creation a pointed change in attitude, The New Day has a best loyal heels in a business.

The remarkable babyface turns of Tyson Kidd and Cesaro are a good matter for what should be a clever feud. Kidd and Cesaro are too good in a ring and too plain in impression to be deliberate loyal heels, and they’ll move out a best in The New Day.

New Heels: The New Day given Raw after WrestleMania

Date
Event
Participant(s)
Opponent(s)
Result
Notes
Apr 6, 2015
Raw
Big E and Xavier Woods
The Lucha Dragons
Loss

Apr 9, 2015
SmackDown
Big E and Kofi Kingston
Kidd and Cesaro
Loss

Apr 16, 2015
SmackDown
Big E and Kofi Kingston
Los Matadores
Win

Apr 20, 2015
Raw
Big E and Kofi Kingston
The Lucha Dragons
Win
Became No. 1 Contenders for WWE Tag Team Championships
Apr 23, 2015
SmackDown
Kofi Kingston
Cesaro
Win

Apr 26, 2015
WWE Extreme Rules
Big E and Kofi Kingston
Kidd and Cesaro
Win
Became WWE Tag Team champions
Apr 27, 2015
Raw
Big E
Tyson Kidd
Win

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The contingent won’t have to worry about mocking cheers because these customarily come from WWE’s meta fanbase looking to perform a possess agenda. By turning Kidd and Cesaro babyface, however, meta fans are now partial of WWE’s agenda. Now, they can intone “Cesaro” all they want.

That’s what they’re ostensible to do.

Kidd and Cesaro’s indy wrestling character juxtaposed opposite repulsive WWE-branded heels will make The New Day easy to detest, that is a tough attainment these days.

Bray Wyatt’s Fireflies support him whenever he enters an arena. Much of a hardcore Chicago fanbase chanted, “Let’s go Rollins” during his categorical eventuality compare opposite Randy Orton during Extreme Rules. Rusev, while a loyal heel in his possess right, is cheered by default since of his ongoing argument opposite John Cena.

No heels in WWE get a some-more unanimous disastrous greeting than The New Day, and all they have to do is applause their hands.

The New Day’s perceived happiness is a ideal foil for a stream party landscape, that is laced with anger, snub and negativity among a some-more ardent fans.

The New Day can continue to take advantage of these fans by remaining upbeat, while carrying out customary heel strategy to clear (and exploit) their cynicism.

The hapless injury to Jey Uso that sidelined the former tab group champions means a tip dual babyface duos are dear by a Independent Wrestling Community. The New Day’s stream argument opposite Kidd and Cesaro and a destiny argument opposite The Lucha Dragons will keep them in this purpose but a risk of apropos too cool.

Fans will be too held adult rooting for IWC-approved standouts to even consider about cheering for The New Day.

There are levels to these heels. And right now, The New Day is on top.

 

 Alfred Konuwa is a Featured Columnist and on-air horde for Bleacher Report. Follow him on Twitter @ThisIsNasty and listen to his weekly wrestling podcast.

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