These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
YMMV: Jack Swagger
Awesome Music: His new theme, which he first used at Elimination Chamber 2013.
Badass Decay: After he came back in 2013, he went from a jobber to the number one contender for the World Heavyweight Championship. Then, he got caught with marijuana in real life, and now he's jobbing to the Prime Time Players and Great Khali.
Base Breaker: He's become this really bad ever since he separated Bad New Barrett's shoulder. Is he a really strong man who has simply been the victim of bad luck involving other competitors? Or is he a sloppy, lazy performer who doesn't do nearly enough to protect the people he's going at in the ring?
Broken Base: Is Jack Swagger a great wrestler who should be pushed? Is he a bland wrestler and a terrible promo who should be buried? (The latter at least, was mended among detractors when he was given a manager)
And to top it all off, his first feud in his persona was against the Mexican Alberto Del Rio. Of course, Mexicans are usually the first nationality some people think of when the immigration argument pops up.
The fact that WWE seems to have simply glossed over Jack Swagger's marijuana infraction? On an out-of-story level, it's probably because they didn't want to be forced to throw together an alternate storyline so close to Wrestlemania. But it is worth noting that one of the views typically associated with the Tea Party (who WWE is parodying with the Swagger/Coulter gimmick) is the legalization of marijuana.
Strawman Has a Point: Let's just say that some fans agree with what Swagger and Colter have to say and leave it at that. (This is a recurring problem any time WWE goes political, as their fanbase is large and diverse enough that somebody will invariably agree with heels/disagree with faces.)
They Wasted a Perfectly Good Plot: In 2011, when Swagger was allied with Michael Cole during the latters feud with Jerry Lawler, Cole insulted Swagger, which caused him to walk away from Cole and let Lawler to do what he wished to with Cole. Was this a face turn? Nope. Later in the night he was guy Miz had chosen as an opponent for Cena that night on Raw, and attacked Cena before their match.
What an Idiot: After his tremendous push after returning, he promptly got caught speeding, got a DUI and got caught in possession of marijuana. He was promptly arrested. Now there's nowhere to go but down.
Made even worse by the fact that WWE announced that he was supposed to win the World Heavyweight Championship at Wrestlemania. Of course, nothing has come of it yet. From the looks of it, they still have big things planned for Swagger. However, announcing that Swagger was slated to win the title can't be a good sign.