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Old 01-27-2013, 02:21 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Why was JBL nearly looked over?

JBL was able to create a capable main event persona and regardless if you like him or not his gimmick belonged in the main event. My question is how was he looked over for so long? I assume WWE knows someone's capabilities before we do, so seeing him being such a good mic worker couldn't have been a surprise. He might not haven be one of the IWC's favorite technical wrestlers, but he was always booked as a credible ass kicker, so why was he kept as a tag team performer for so long?

I know Eddie Guerrero was the one who pushed for his singles push, but why did it take that for them to push him?


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