Jason Jordan is probably the most interesting character in WWE right now. 2017 has been a great year for the former American Alpha member, mainly because he has been given an opportunity to have an original character in the midst of a generic and beaten to a pulp midcard. He discovered he had an Hall of Fame father, a former World Champion with big shoes to fill. Also, Raw's General Manager. He's been given an outlet to perform at the highest level against the highest competitors and showing he can hang. He's also been given a microphone and a way to go from the cookie cutter generic wrestler to a sophisticated face/heel dynamic. It's all in the little things. I mean, he shows no fear going against the best of the best. Yet, he's such an annoying character asking his father for opportunities after failling time and time again. It's easy to hate a guy like that, because most likely we know a guy like him, who has a father with money or some power to give them opportunities that we would love to have. They are usually mediocre and if we could, we would punch them in the mouth too. In the most recent Raw he actually pulled some emotional manipulation by calling his father by his first name, instead of the usual "dad", just because he didn't have what he wanted. I don't know where's that leading. One hopes to an Angle vs. Jordan match, with the father teaching the son a lesson for being a pain in the ass. But I for one am enjoying the heck out of this. However, I've read that some of you actually don't like the character or the guy for some reason, ence this thread. Where do you think this is all leading? Is it been entertaining seeing Jason Jordan's growth? Did WWE choose the right man for the character? Have fun!