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Old 10-12-2012, 07:00 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Default Re: Dean Ambrose, Kassius Ohno & Seth Rollins.

By saying Rollins "Isn't that good," I merely meant that he's not someone who is ready to be tossed onto the main roster as a big deal. He's a solid worker who can put on great matches against quality opponents. He's also popular. He does have the advantage of youth, which is all the more reason to keep away from the main roster for as long as possible (at least if they want him to be a big deal). His mic work is awful, and that's after being in WWE developmental for two years where he's been consistently pushed as a big deal.

I just don't believe that he's a "game changing talent" by any stretch of the imagination. I don't feel that he should be NXT Champion either, mainly because the guy's held a title for pretty much the entire time he's been employed by the WWE. He should work on something else.
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Old 10-12-2012, 07:06 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Rollins has the potential to be the #1 face in the company. It all depends on how his mic skills develop. Ohno is boring in the ring IMO. I haven't seen much of Ambrose but i am aware of the hype surrounding him. Looking forward to his eventual debut.
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Old 10-12-2012, 07:41 PM   #13 (permalink)
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I'm guessing it's because they haven't thought up good ways of introducing them yet. HHH said a few months ago that they aren't calling wrestlers up to the main shows without having solid plans for them, so that they wont just debut and then flounder.
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Old 10-12-2012, 08:03 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Rollins has the potential to be the #1 face in the company. It all depends on how his mic skills develop. Ohno is boring in the ring IMO. I haven't seen much of Ambrose but i am aware of the hype surrounding him. Looking forward to his eventual debut.
Watch some of Ohno's matches in the indy's or even a few of his matches in FCW (VS Rollins and Cesaro) When he gets longer than 10 minutes he delivers big time IMO. You should be looking forward to Ambrose's debut, I think he is a special talent and I just hope they make his eventual debut a big deal.
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Old 10-12-2012, 08:13 PM   #15 (permalink)
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Default Re: Dean Ambrose, Kassius Ohno & Seth Rollins.

Ambrose didn't even debut in NXT yet, Which makes me wonder what's in the mind of the guys in creative?
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Old 10-12-2012, 08:21 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Rollins has the potential to be the #1 face in the company. It all depends on how his mic skills develop. Ohno is boring in the ring IMO. I haven't seen much of Ambrose but i am aware of the hype surrounding him. Looking forward to his eventual debut.
A CM Punk fan calling Chris Hero boring in the ring

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You guys call yourself CM Punk fans but then don't seem to have any idea about his matches with Chris Hero? Come on. I was obviously referencing the fact that if you were a real CM Punk fan you would have seen his matches with Chris Hero (or at least seen his DVD documentary where he references Chris Hero and their matches), thus not finding Chris Hero "boring" in the ring.

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Old 10-12-2012, 08:57 PM   #17 (permalink)
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A CM Punk fan calling Chris Hero boring in the ring

EDIT: I genuinely got a lowered rep for this post by another complete moron - "BaraaTZK92 CM Punk is the BEST IN THE WORLD" - the irony

You guys call yourself CM Punk fans but then don't seem to have any idea about his matches with Chris Hero? Come on. I was obviously referencing the fact that if you were a real CM Punk fan you would have seen his matches with Chris Hero (or at least seen his DVD documentary where he references Chris Hero and their matches), thus not finding Chris Hero "boring" in the ring.
Should me being a Punk fan knowing Chris had quality matches with Punk change my opinion on Hero which was formulated with my own two eyes? No, Chris Hero does nothing for me in the ring.
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Old 10-12-2012, 09:38 PM   #18 (permalink)
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While Ohno, Rollins, and Ambrose are very talented in the ring, I'll be honest about that. Having the focus only set on these men to change the WWE is stupid.

The talent in developmental right now is the strongest roster of fresh wrestlers WWE has ever had, but why focus on only two or three guys? Yeah, Ambrose is looked at like a God to the Internet Wrestling community, but change doesn't come from one man. Austin didn't create the Attitude era on his own. I feel men like James Bronson, Xavier Woods, Mike Dalton, Luke Harper, Rick Victor, etc. are overlooked and under appreciated. I don't know something that bothers me. How can we expect anything to happen if we don't get behind all the future of the company?
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I'm a big fan of the ring work of Dalton and Victor. I'm also a fan of Kruger.
I do agree that the developmental roster is stacked and highly entertaining. I found FCW more consistent at being a good show than Raw for the last year. NXT is the same way.

I firmly believe that there's loads of talent throughout the WWE. It's a matter of using people properly, which they're generally terrible at doing on the "main roster." Fixing that is more important than arguing about whether Ohno's better than Rollins or guessing the exact moment when Dean Ambrose is going to debut on the main roster (since without fixing the problem, they could very well screw him up anyway).
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Default Re: Dean Ambrose, Kassius Ohno & Seth Rollins.

Rollins - Busy being NXT champion and making that worth something. I'd expect him to hold onto it for another couple of months and then when he debuts on the main roster they can use that as one of his selling points.

Ohno - What's wrong with his look? I think he has a great look that would fit well in the WWE.

Ambrose - I think some of you guys are getting your hopes up too much with him by expecting that WWE is waiting to insert him into a major storyline. Him working dark matches is a decent sign but I'm just saying don't bet on that happening. He will have to debut on TV at some point soon, he has been working house shows and dark matches for ages now.
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