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This guy was a great performer on Sunday Night heat. And Superstars. But, like many others, he's just a loner in the WWE.
I mean, look at his Tag Team partner- he's picking up L's on many past recent matches and got his bodyguard taken away from him.
 

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I think he has a lot of potential and hopefully he'll stick around until he can improve enough for a push.
 

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His most recent matches have impressed me ,but I'm not convinced he could survive that well on his own yet. Let him cut a few promos and lets see if he's been improving in that department as well.
 

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He's not quite ready for a full-on push. Some guys need to marinate for a while in the undercard before you start affording them momentum to better things. He needs to work on his presentation and acting ability quite a bit. However, the guy can go between the ropes. He's had some damned good TV matches on Superstars in the last six weeks or so. He and Zack Ryder seem to especially have a very solid chemistry with one another in the ring.
 

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I actually agree with OP, DH Smith could be a really solid midcarder. I would love to see him against Daniel Bryan, they could really create something big with those two. I wouldn't be surprised if Smith is a Main Eventer in a few years.
 

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How bout no? He's still very boring, needs more improvement to earn some kind of push.
 

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David Hart Smith must be the most boring wrestler on the entire roster, just terrible. No charisma or mic skills whatsoever to the point that he makes John Morrison look like CM Punk.
I hope you're only talking about mic skills when you say that he's boring, because he is a really good wrestler. If you're talking about mic skills, I agree, but he's only 25, and AJ Styles was still really bad two years ago, he can become much better, just like AJ did. The British Bulldog wasn't a great talker, but that didn't matter.
 

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No. He's one of the youngest talents in the roster, he's still got plenty of times to develop. At this point he's right at where he should be, delivering good in-ring performance in the undercard and keeps learning about how to work the crowd through his matches, and he's doing a pretty solid job so far i think.
 
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