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Post by The Rainmaker on Thu Feb 20, 2014 5:47 pm


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Re: NXT (The new generation)

Post by Rilla on Thu Feb 20, 2014 6:59 pm

I hope they bring in Crowe and Kalisto soon. I know they were in backstage segments on the recent tapings, so I want to see where they go.

Same with the new Leo Kruger aka Adam Rose.

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Re: NXT (The new generation)

Post by The Rainmaker on Thu Feb 20, 2014 7:02 pm

Really looking forward to Kalisto but Rose not so much. It's puzzling really, the Kruger character was really good I thought and something a bit different for WWE, I hope they don't wreck his momentum.

The Crowe gimmick looks interesting from the little snippets we've had.

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Post by Rilla on Thu Feb 20, 2014 7:18 pm

From what I've heard, he plays the character really well and Colt endorsed it. But I loved the Hunter gimmick he had and they had a lot of options open for him. Feud with Brodus, or any other big guy really, and then start hunting titles as trophies, or main eventers as 'big game'

People hated the Hacker gimmick. "Oh well, they just ruined him" and all they saw of him was him standing over Kalisto.

When he comes up, I can see him 'hacking' the app, the site, maybe the tron during matches. Hell, maybe even have him hack some of the shows on the WWE network for small amounts of time.

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Post by The Rainmaker on Thu Feb 20, 2014 7:49 pm

It always makes me chuckle how irate some get when a noted Indy wrestler goes to WWE and inevitably have changes made. You can see that by how bent out of shape they get over something as pointless as a name change, let alone a gimmick change. Really though, what do they expect?

The refusal to call Bryan Danielson, Daniel Bryan didn't last long for many when he was put into a strong position in the company.

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Post by Rilla on Thu Feb 20, 2014 7:52 pm

My favorite argument is, "They wouldn't have done that when WCW was around," forgetting that there is no company WCW's size opposing WWE, and therefore, the indy guys they pick up won't be as well known. 

They had the same reaction with Ohno and Cesaro, but now they've come around - at least for Cesaro. Must not want to type out his indy name xD

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Re: NXT (The new generation)

Post by The Rainmaker on Thu Feb 20, 2014 7:56 pm

They like to show their ire at first but it soon stops when they get invested back into the character. If they are any good, a gimmick and name change shouldn't matter anyway, talent will always shine through.

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Post by Rilla on Thu Feb 20, 2014 8:59 pm

I wonder who they'll bring in next. Despite the IWC's misguided view that WWE isn't looking at indy talent anymore, WWE seems to be keen on hiring them.

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