This is something somebody said on another forum and i have to say i agree whole heartedly: - He was made to seem a much bigger deal than most of the other rookies. - He was treated as an almost equal to the world champion. - He was involved in the most segments. - He's the only rookie with an angle, unless you count Punk's dissapointment with his. - He got to be himself. - They acknowledged life outside of WWE and didn't pretend he was wrestling for the first time. - The issues about him having a "lack of personality" were proven to be exaggerated and it's quite clear anyone thought that because of the contrast with his obnoxious mentor. - The commentary, shoot or not, put him over huge. - Everything involving him was booked incredibly well in his favour. I don't think Danielson's debut could have been booked any better than it was. I remember when Danielson signed for WWE so many people thought he'd be buried like Colt Cabana was, but WWE definitely proved them all wrong. Is there anything anyone would have changed about Danielson's WWE debut, or do we give the WWE 10/10 for this one?