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He would be a good substitute for AJ Styles or another RAW star while they’re absent. I would actually like to see Sandow vs Mycintire or Sandow vs Owens or Rollins. He’s only 37 years old, he has 5 more years left on him until he’s past his prime.
 

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Chris jerigoat - WWE didn’t give him a chance and just released him right after tearing up his intellectual savior of the masses character, and his run as a champion was too brief.
 

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Seriously? Because it's plain obvious Sandow was good but he was never Top star material just a performer who got over being amusing but in a successful manner.
Yeah and you know what, I can say the same thing about Drew Mycintire also especially when he was in 3MB, but worse than Sandow. And look at where Drew is now.... and they’re obviously both better choices than Cesaro.
 

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Why would cesaro be a better choice than both? Besides being a technical wrestler, what else about him captivates the audience?
Drew is a better choice cause he can talk. I'll concede that one. But Sandow... His work and his look isn't better than Cesaro. Not even close. Sandows promos are OK and his character was good for an undercard heel. Servicable for the position of an undercard heel. What about anything to do with Sandow makes you think he's main event material?
 

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Drew is a better choice cause he can talk. I'll concede that one. But Sandow... His work and his look isn't better than Cesaro. Not even close. Sandows promos are OK and his character was good for an undercard heel. Servicable for the position of an undercard heel. What about anything to do with Sandow makes you think he's main event material?
He wouldn’t have been allowed to win the MITB briefcase and cash it in if he didn’t have the looks for it (even though it was short lived). If Sandow returned to WWE right now, they’d have to build him up with plausible writing before he can feud with Drew or Rollins. It won’t happen in just one day.
 

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He wouldn’t have been allowed to win the MITB briefcase and cash it in if he didn’t have the looks for it (even though it was short lived). If Sandow returned to WWE right now, they’d have to build him up with plausible writing before he can feud with Drew or Rollins. It won’t happen in just one day.
Because Vince has never made terrible irrational decisions that he changes his mind about like whiplash.
 

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He's like Rusev, getting over without Vince's permission
 

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Chris jerigoat - WWE didn’t give him a chance and just released him right after tearing up his intellectual savior of the masses character, and his run as a champion was too brief.
Regardless, his run in TNA proved that he wasn't as good as people thought, everybody always blames WWE for guys not reaching their potential but when they go somewhere else and still don't become stars whose fault is it then? Somehow it's never the talent's faults.
 

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Regardless, his run in TNA proved that he wasn't as good as people thought, everybody always blames WWE for guys not reaching their potential but when they go somewhere else and still don't become stars whose fault is it then? Somehow it's never the talent's faults.
This. Sandow has actually become the token "Not everyone deserves a main event push just because the IWC thinks so" guy.
It was clever enoug of Impact/TNA to push him right off the bat, because so many felt he was being held down. Unfortunately he dropped the ball and kinda proved the WWE right.
 
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