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It's gonna be Richie Steamboat.

I do have one question for anyone who might feel that Dwayne Johnson "owes" the business. Is it just him, or is it anyone who moved on to other things? Should Luna Vachon get heat for running a towing company instead of working on RAW? Should Maven be critiqued on his Home Shopping Network bits instead of wrestling?

Or is it only the ones who go on to highly visible careers in movies that owe something? Why do Johnson (who left after putting people over, doing the traditionally "right thing") and Lesnar (who did not; except for making Eddie a legitimate star) get called sell-outs who "forgot where they came from" when someone who retires to do some regular job get credit (as they should) for moving on and making it without falling into a sea of addiction?
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Why is this so debated? It's fucking simple:

A-Ry, Dibiase, Rhodes, McIntyre and Ziggler;
Sandow, Barrett...

Heck, even god-damn Mahal has some potential.
Furthermore, don't forget the Miz.

FINALLY, let's not even mention the people on NXTFCW.
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Now fucking choose which one of these will be your big face whom the smarks will dislike and which ones will be the heels that the smarks will drool over.

HINTS: A-Ry is Cena, McIntyre is Orton.
Hell, if they want to, they can make Cody a damn generic face. I'd probably dislike him like that, but still.

That still leaves guys like DiBiase, Ziggler, Barrett... And it's not like Miz, ADR or Orton are going anywhere. It's not like Punk or Bryan are leaving.
Heck, they have so much potential that they could possibly construct a system without a true top guy.

Plus, I'm sure that eventually guys like Magnus will come to WWE.

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This looks like a bunch of speculative Internet posts put together and reported as "newz".


Anyways, Sheamus is 35, he wont be the face. I've said this before, Alex Riley is the perfect guy with the right looks, Charisma and talent to be pushed as the face of the company.



Would be the biggest missed opportunity in wrestling history, if he doesnt get pushed.

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This looks like a bunch of speculative Internet posts put together and reported as "newz".


Anyways, Sheamus is 35, he wont be the face. I've said this before, Alex Riley is the perfect guy with the right looks, Charisma and talent to be pushed as the face of the company.



Would be the biggest missed opportunity in wrestling history, if he doesnt get pushed.
I agree... Well, maybe not the biggest, but I get what you mean.

What is his flaw?
He has the looks and the charisma;
He has decent mic skills;
He has so-so in-ring skills, but he is steadily improving. He can get to Cena levels (if he isn't there already) and even surpass him.

And, let's face it, he is THE guy to replace Cena as the face of the company. No question about it. Just look at him!
Just look at the positive reactions his underpushed ass gets!

Pfft.

I don't even like him that much, he is not in my "fave five" or something... It's just so obvious what he should become, it's hilarious.

If they really stopped his 2011 push because of a supposed conflict with Cena... Yeah, if they never push him, then I'd call that a "shoot yourself in the foot" moment.

There are a lot of things that make the "top guy" who he is, and damn, maybe A-Ry is missing some of that, who knows... But we'll never know if they don't try. He is the best candidate.

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Re: Backstage Talk About WWE Grooming Top New Guy

Sheamus and Ryback are the ones that fit that position the most out of the current roster. At least Vince has enough sense to realize that Punk does not have the "top face" factor at all.

And they definitely need to use Alex Riley better since he has potential too.
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Re: Backstage Talk About WWE Grooming Top New Guy

If the WWE actually focused more on their midcard instead of just throwing them all together then they wouldn't have this problem. I think one of the drawbacks of having Ryback as the face of the company is he's just a monster. He's a power guy, just like Batista or a Lesnar or an Umaga or a...Goldberg. Until he's able to grab the crowd's attention with his promos then I say search for someone else. I'd like it to be someone from NXT personally (hur hur not Ambrose before everyone starts).

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Re: Backstage Talk About WWE Grooming Top New Guy

Adam Mercer.

already in developmental. if this guy isn't the new Cena then i don't know who is it. He's only 20 years old and can carry the company for the next 10-15 years.
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Re: Backstage Talk About WWE Grooming Top New Guy

Plenty of options to push from the current roster, but the tough thing is for creative or the wrestlers themselves to actually come up with a persona that the fans care about. The company has talented people on the roster who they just don't know what to do with.

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