OP talks about wrestlings popularity in Pakistan does that imply its just as popular in India? i ask this cuz Pakistanis and Indians are the same people much like North Koreans and South Koreans so if WWE is big in Pakistan its probably just as big in India.
Problem is they hate each other.
No South Korean will ever cheer for a North Korean and Vice Versa
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Id like to see some of the guys from the Japan Circut make a debut
I think the bigger thing to do would be bring back the Cruserweight Division and then have crusierweights from all over have a tournament do it on smackdown or something to distract people while they think of fresh story lines for the top stars! just a thought
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Huge market, awesome wushu, Bruce Lee and 1,5 billions citizens (huge recruitment pool). WWE was able to find Antonio Cesaro among 7 millions people ...
Ok I will be serious :
- Germany (There are many fans there and they deserve one non-nazi wrestler).
- Japan (I want a credible puroresu wrestler and japanese martial artist).
- Mongolia (They are incredible and damn strong).
- Israel (huge heat, krav maga, nice accent).
- Brazil (Capoeira was visually made for pro-wrestling).
- France (Sylvester Lefort, enough said).
- Afghanistan (I miss this country).
- Spain (Zorro ...).
- Liechstenstein (yep it will be difficult).
- Vatican City (Priest gimmick ).
- and many others ...
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Ya, that's something I was actually hoping we'd see when Jinder debuted in WWE. Before he was in WWE, I knew he was from Canada too, so was hoping when he came to WWE, he'd have a double anti-american gimmick. The whole "I'm from India and I don't like USA" gimmick, and then also the "I'm also Canadian, so yet another country I'd prefer over USA".
Alex Koslov is not from Russia. He is from Moldova to be correct. And yes, there are some performers in Russia, who are on his level or even higher. Just go to Youtube and watch Ivan Markov's matches with El Generico. Check out Vulkan, Ivan Gromov, Anton Deryabin. I bet you have never heard of them.