Roman Reigns still looks like that man from the Shield in 2012, and his riot gear remains inextricably linked to the over-pushed office pet project stigma. A change in attire might go some way towards symbolising that he is now a favourite among crowds. Cesaro continues to wrestle in his joggers, and it continues to look like a desperate, transparent attempt to do "something" with him. It looks, simply, weird. Lacey Evans' entire look suggests a retro-inspired superiority, which is undermining her face turn somewhat.
Shorty G should probably lose the, sigh, f*cking basketball costume if WWE wants anybody to take him seriously. He isn't headlining WrestleMania wearing that. He wasn't headlining WrestleMania, regardless, but he didn't look like a complete dweeb.
Humberto Carillo isn't stale - he's been around only a few short months - but his Power Rangers get-up does look very silly, particularly since he doesn't go go anywhere beyond a series of losses to AJ Styles. On the subject of the Phenomenal One, AJ Styles needs a haircut. He just does.
Stale, however, is often better than hilarious; precedent yields very mixed results, for a gamble is just that...