Learning to break kayfabe
Join Date: Jul 2012
Location: RCT, Wales
OVW: Who to bring up and/or send down
Okay so if anyone here knows, and I'm sure most people do, Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW), once the development territory for the WWE, is official the development territory for TNA, and since this has happened, we have been seeing more faces from OVW appear on TNA (Gut check winners Alex Silva and Taeler Hendrix, Jesse), and more importantly, faces from TNA appearing on OVW (Rob Terry, Crimson, Doug Williams, Kid Kash, Gut check winner Sam Shaw, Kid Kash, Taryn Tarrell) and a few more apperances from others as well.
Now the question I have for anyone to discuss is a two parter. First, who would you send down to OVW from the main TNA roster cause, well, they havent appeared on TV in ages, or they arent in the main storylines, or can help those down in OVW more). And the second part, who do you think from OVW is ready to be brought up to TNA, or would you like to see there?
For a few examples of these cases, here are my picks.
TNA to OVW
Gunner (Isn't being used on TV and could team with Kid Kash down there as well if he's there for awhile, since they were a tag team on TNA the last time I saw them)
Jesse Sorensen (Maybe to help shake off some ring rust when he's recovered from his injury)
Rosita (Hasn't appeared on TNA TV in months and could use the time in OVW to improve herself as well as improve their womens division down there)
OVW to TNA
Jamin Olivencia (I think he's paid his dues down in OVW long enough. He has nice skills and a natural charisma about him. Plus I think he'd be a fine addition to the X-Division for awhile, or even in a tag team with someone)
SO share your picks guys, who do you want to see on either shows?
[B]*NOT TAKING DOWN UNTIL (as of 29th August, 2014)*
Rob Terry breaks away from The Menagerie.
Ring of Honor creates an official Women of Honor Division.
The name 'Nixion Newell' gets more attention in the wrestling world.
Heidi Lovelace becomes a major title holder in a well known womens promotion.
More welsh wrestlers get heard of in the wrestling scene.