Originally Posted by Carlito09
Bagwell was in his prime as a midcard a pretty decent draw not a HUGE draw but people liked watching him . The jericho comment is he use to be a draw but nobody cares to much about him any more.
But it doesnt mean there useless they can always be good midcard guys.
I think they used to be called enhancement talent. Guys getting on in age, but can still go and have a mind for the business. Guys like Bobby Eaton, Brooklyn Brawler, Etc. These guys were credible jobbers, a role I would like for RVD. He would be a perfect fit, if his ego wasn't blown out. These enhancement guys are always a threat to win a match, although they rarely if ever do. This is one of the main things I believe the wrestling industry has been missing. The closest we have gotten to that recently is probably Jarrett. For the industry to survive more of the veterans must fall into roles like these, in order to teach and get the younger guys over. I also think Kurt plays a particular part in this role as well.