Though I think that comparing Big Cass & Jason Jordan's heel turns and the starting points of their singles pushes is a good comparison. I think though that Jason's injury hurt his momentum a little bit more because partially due to the rumors going around that Jason was suppose to face Seth Rollins at WrestleMania. But also when he went down he was finally starting to find his footing as a heel and finally find himself. Sadly he hasn't able to find his way back yet, but according to PWInsider he was backstage last week at Raw which is a good sign. However, it is still very unclear when he will be returning even though their were rumors of him coming back this month it seems possible that this will not be the case anymore.
Now don't get me wrong when Jason Jordan was first reveled as Kurt Angle's son last year it wasn't by far one of the worst ways to blow off the angle. However, once Jason began to move to being a heel the cause it made a lot more sense than it did with him being a "forced good guy." I think that Jason has the skills to handle a major push as he can handle himself in the ring, but ahead of him landing on the IR it was clear that he needs to be a heel and not a good guy. I think that if they let him be a heel and continue to develop that character then Jason could become one of the more underrated members of the roster. Overall though this just comes down to the waiting game and keeping an eye on things to see when Jason will make his return to the main roster.
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