I think it's obvious that Bray Wyatt is ready. He has been ready, it seems, since the very first time we saw him in the foreground of that Cottonwood backdrop. But since then, he's rendered the fat, piled nuance on top of nuance, and turned it all into a character of limitless depth and potential.
Could he satiate the tastes of the audience that matters most? Probably yes (although you never know; the one true downfall of NXT being it's seemingly contradictory nature of testing gimmicks
for a large stage, in a uniquely intimate atmosphere.) But he continues to add useful pieces to an already great gimmick; so why not, as someone else put it, let it percolate for a while longer? When the whole thing flatlines creatively, then
present him to your customers as a complete dish.
Paige has been ready for a long time.
Ohno is a weird case. Unlike Wyatt, he has seemed to have flatlined creatively, despite not really developing much in terms of a gimmick. On the other side of the coin, he looks more comfortable with his ring style, and isn't being as indy
as he was when he first arrived. I would argue that he was ready
the moment he signed his contract. On arrival, the biggest shock was how uncomfortable and confused he looked at aspects of pro-wrestling he's proven to have down. I know I was shocked, anyway. He seems to have shaken a lot of it off though. I'd say he's ready.
Originally Posted by Tyrion Lannister
If I say it, that's how it is.