Despite the last name, Riddle isn’t someone to play with.
Sure, the former NXT Tag Team Champion battles in the ring barefoot – with a pair of flip-flops nearby, of course – and carries around a bulletproof lax demeanor that unsuspecting opponents may scoff at. This Riddle, however, is wrapped in an arsenal of surprises. Equipped with a dangerous cache of maneuvers, whether it be a canvas-rattling exploder suplex or his wince-inducing Bromission, the rangy striker is a man of many stylistic flourishes.
This incredible versatility, as well as his reputation as a top striker and submission artist, helped The Original Bro explode onto the scene when he arrived to WWE.
Riddle's always-entertaining tenure on NXT included a rivalry with The Velveteen Dream, a memorable NXT Tag Team Championship victory alongside Pete Dunne, and a brief yet brutal series of matches against Timothy Thatcher.
None other than Kurt Angle introduced Riddle to the blue brand, and after he mixed it up with the likes of AJ Styles and King Corbin on SmackDown, the 2020 WWE Draft saw Riddle drafted to Raw, where he looks to realize his full potential and supersede the feats left in his rear-view mirror.