We can't wait that long, that senile fool will NEVER have a plan for him until he's actually there. He doesn't pay attention to developmental, writers have said that before. Which is clearly true because one of the ONLY entertaining people in the company is in FCW.
So he coasts for a few months, whatever. They have to give him a feud eventually, if for no other reason than the lack of depth on the roster.
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I had no clue who Moxley was until his first promo on FCW. I knew Punk, Danielson, Joe, Hero, Claudio, Tyler, all before they were signed with WWE or TNA. ROH is a much more talked about than CZW or Dragon Gate USA, so that's a big reason why.
I don't think Moxley\Ambrose will have such a hard time in WWE because his wrestling style is suited to WWE, and he can't be branded as "King of the Indies" like Punk and Danielson.
One of the things I find interesting about Moxley/Ambrose is specifically that: he's not a wrestling encyclopedia of holds, suplexes, and aerial moves. He's a heavyweight(ish) with intense charisma and an excellent grasp of psychology. From what I've seen of his FCW stuff, he works the kick/punch main event style. So the question is, at the end of the day, is WWE willing to give this guy a real shot or are they going to use him as cannon fodder for their in house creations? Are they willing to ride this guy as far as they can take him, or does he get the Ryder treatment?
I really do believe they're going to let Ambrose explode when the right time comes along. If what they've done with Sandow is any indication, they're willing to give FCW guys a legit chance, and that's all Ambrose really needs. A shot.
Maybe tonight is the night, which would suck b/c I wouldn't see it live (have to work). It's in his hometown. There won't be a million legends that will overshadow his debut. If he does debut tonight, can't really predict how. The Foley angle is dead. I don't think he is going to do anything w/ AJ or Bryan. My two predictions are that he debuts as a local jobber and defeats Santino for the US title or start a program w/ Kane.
You're saying that every guy who is 225 pounds is in shape? I never said his weight was an issue, nor was I saying that he looked like he was 155 pounds. I DID say he should bulk up a bit more in terms of muscle as that wouldn't hurt him.