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Buddy Stetcher is a truly unique individual. At 21 years old, Buddy is very animated and outspoken, getting himself into trouble more often than not. Buddy may appear jovial, with his nonstop spin of jive talk and bright smile, but appearances can be deceiving. Buddy has said before that he would ‘rob his own mother to win a match,’ and has no problem doing this and more in order to achieve success in FCW.

Buddy has a unique way about him: a style he claims is ‘classic,’ with flashy colors and attire at all times. Don’t be fooled by the flashy demeanor, Buddy has studied the greats who have come before him, and is honing his in ring skill on a daily basis in order to reach the top of FCW.



Born at Ravenswood Hospital in Chicago, raised on the west side of Aurora IL, DeSean Bishop brings a city slick style of entertainment to his in ring antics. Determined to introduce FCW to his Midwest ‘swang,’ Bishop brings his trademark blue ensembles, rap skills and over the top personality to all walks of life.

DeSean lives by the saying: ‘If you can't beat ‘em fairly, then just beat ‘em!’

OFF TOPIC: Lol I was born in the same hospital here in Chicago but it was closed down.



DT Porter has never had it easy: most of his childhood he was an outcast, bullied and teased for not having as much as the other children in his neighborhood. .It wasn’t until high school that DT broke out of his shell by becoming a star in varsity sports. After high school DT joined the Navy, learning toughness, discipline and embracing a new found confidence. After serving his country, DT took to the ring with an attitude of ‘never say die.’ Once the oppressed, DT is the one now doing the enforcing. Determined to take out all of his childhood pain and torment out on the bodies of his opposition, DT lacks mercy, and will deliver great anger and furious vengeance on any who stand in his way.






At the age of 14, Jarrod Locke from Newcastle England was a keen rugby player. Due to his larger than average size he quickly became a key role in the team’s success, which was unfortunately cut short as a result of a devastating injury to his neck during a game causing partial paralyzation. After a long and grueling road, Locke returned to his full strength, and would never be denied again.

Gaining his credentials in sports science and business, Jarrod Locke took his extensive knowledge of the human body and began to grapple across the country in his native England. After competing on the UK ‘Gladiators’ show under the moniker ‘Warrior,’ Locke became the UK’s Strongest Man and a star all across his home country.

Now with the chance to return to in ring competition in FCW, Locke is poised and ready to take every step necessary to become the Superstar he can be. With limitless potential, an amazing intellect, and a confidence that will not be denied, Jarrod Locke looks to be the next big thing in FCW.




Jason Mullen stands at nearly 7 feet tall and weighs over 300 lbs. This Northern Irish native is certainly an intimidating site to behold. The self proclaimed Northern Irish Nightmare has left his native homeland with one thing on his mind, world domination and doesn't intend to stop until he achieves his goal. Coming from a land of legendary warriors, he intends to have people think of him in the same vein as the likes of Cu Chulainn, Fionn Mac Cumhail and the Fianna and to become the greatest son of Ulster." Jason Mullen is in FCW for one purpose, to become the greatest Irish Superstar of all time.



Kenneth Cameron, born in Chesterfield, Derbyshire England, grew up with rough surroundings. Education wasn’t important in Cameron’s upbringing, but fighting, football and fame was. Knowing no other way to make money, Cameron took to what he know best and began to formally train to fight at a school in Leeds. Quickly making a name for himself as a tough competitor, Cameron took England by storm. Now, Kenneth Cameron has made his way across the pond to FCW to make his mark.



Jinder Mahal, had a privileged upbringing in Punjab, India. Growing up he excelled in athletics and academics. He prides himself on having impeccable taste and style, and enjoys only the finest of luxuries. Upon completing his University education he headed to Florida Championship Wrestling in pursuit to become India's greatest athlete.

Debuting in FCW in 2010, Jinder has began laying down the foundation necessary to become an international superstar. By utilizing his size and quickness he has made an impact in the singles division in FCW. With continued improvement, and experience, he will surely be a contender for the Florida Heavyweight Championship. Jinder ended 2010 by being selected as one of the four contenders in the Jack Brisco Classic tournament. At 24 years of age this youngster is beginning to show signs great potential, as he boasts greatness is in the imminent future for Jinder Mahal.




Ever since the age of 6, Mike Dalton knew he belonged in the WWE. Dalton always knew he had one goal in life, and that was to be a WWE Superstar. Upon graduating high school in British Columbia, Canada, Mike moved to Calgary, Alberta, to be trained by former WWE intercontinental champion Lance Storm. With speed and agility, Mike picked many facets of in ring competition quickly. Not content to merely train, Dalton made his way throughout Canada, seeking competition at all levels.

Mike Dalton now looks to take on the challenges presented by FCW. At 23 years old, Dalton has youth on his side as he continues to learn ahead of the curve. The fighting spirit Dalton brings to the ring is making him a prospect to watch in the near future.



Hailing from Leeds, England, Monty Lynch has been performing in athletics from a very early age. An avid player of football (or soccer, as the Americans call it), Lynch had the chance to go pro, but decided to turn his efforts to the ring. After extensive training in his native England, Lynch soon looked to greater challenges, and began competing all over Europe. Capturing heavyweight gold in England and Germany, Monty Lynch knew the next logical step: WWE and FCW.

Lynch has come to FCW with his hard-hitting style for one reason: the Florida Heavyweight Championship!




Rick Victor grew up watching the famous Hart Family’s Stampede Wrestling as a kid. That being said, it seemed only right that destiny lead Rick to begin his training in the infamous Hart Family Dungeon, were he quickly found out: ‘You don’t graduate from the dungeon, you only survive’ He also competed in the family’s company, where a long standing rivalry with Tyson Kidd is alleged to have come from.

From there, Rick went on to training soon led him to travel to Japan and England in search of competition. Rick believes that his way is the only way, and thus far the international success he has found has backed up that motto.

Now, with eyes set on FCW and WWE, Rick believes that the tools that have served him in the past will carry him to the future.









Raquel Diaz is a third generation Diva, and comes from one of the most respected family names in history: The Guerreros. Born in El Paso, Texas to Vickie and WWE Hall of Famer Eddie Guerrero, Raquel grew up in a family dedicated to excellence in performance. Initially forging her own path, Raquel went to college, and has been a model, singer and more before the call of the squared circle became too strong to ignore.

Now in FCW, Raquel knows that she has a family heritage to live up to, and there is nothing more that she wants than to continue to bring honor to the Guerrero name.
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Raquel Diaz is a third generation Diva, and comes from one of the most respected family names in history: The Guerreros. Born in El Paso, Texas to Vickie and WWE Hall of Famer Eddie Guerrero, Raquel grew up in a family dedicated to excellence in performance. Initially forging her own path, Raquel went to college, and has been a model, singer and more before the call of the squared circle became too strong to ignore.
What is the "and more", and is there video?
 

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Generic as hell. Is this the future of the WWE? Goddammit.
 

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Question: if Raquel Diaz is the daughter of Vickie Guerrero & Eddie Guerrero, why is she not named Guerrero too? If she makes to WWE, they better give her the Guerrero name -- for the easy pops, if nothing else.

And the rest? I don't have high hopes. Looks like more FCW clones coming down the assembly line. The ones with pre-FCW experience have the best chance of making it.
 

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mike dalton is someone to keep an eye on ... he reminds me of a young chris jericho wrestling skills wise.

kenneth cameron and monty lynch are 2 guys who are also good, i'm more excited about kenneth cameron.

edit: they changed his name from mcgrath to dalton
 

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Jarrod Locke is the only guy that stands out for good reasons. He looks like a guy you don't want to fuck with.
The others are generic guys with long hair, or goofy looking. That Jason Mullen is 7ft tall but he has a soft weak looking baby face. Even with such height I don't see him getting anywhere.
WWE needs better scouts or whatever.
 

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Question: if Raquel Diaz is the daughter of Vickie Guerrero & Eddie Guerrero, why is she not named Guerrero too? If she makes to WWE, they better give her the Guerrero name -- for the easy pops, if nothing else.

And the rest? I don't have high hopes. Looks like more FCW clones coming down the assembly line. The ones with pre-FCW experience have the best chance of making it.
That must be the kayfabe name. Her real name is Shaul Marie Guerrero (from Wikipedia).
 

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Thank God Eddie's daughter doesn't look like Vickie...

Atm I am keen on seeing the future of the company.. I do firmly believe guys like McIntyre, Ziggler, Miz and Riley will be the headliners of the next generation, but atm I'd prefer to not search for the next big thing and instead just hope WWE do not snatch up greats like The Briscoes and Castagnoili to name a few..
 

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How many of them were in Indies or in other companies before to be in FCW :

- how long ?
- in which ones ?

I have the impression, that the only good NXT members were in Indies/other companies and into famous ones, before to be in FCW. So knowing where those new FCW "superstars" were before FCW can be a good way to know if they are good or bad. We could do this short search for all FCW roster. :confused:

By the way they look generic and clones from former stars, but with less pro-wrestling abiities.
 

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I just love that one of the black guys is all about his "city style," and the other had it rough as a child because he had no money. Stereotypes! Nation of Domination! Huzzah! fpalm
 

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Talk about generic, these are your typical FCW clones right here.
 

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How many of them were in Indies or in other companies before to be in FCW :

- how long ?
- in which ones ?

I have the impression, that the only good NXT members were in Indies/other companies and into famous ones, before to be in FCW. So knowing where those new FCW "superstars" were before FCW can be a good way to know if they are good or bad. We could do this short search for all FCW roster. :confused:

By the way they look generic and clones from former stars, but with less pro-wrestling abiities.
they were all in the indies ... why do people think that dragon gate, pwg, and roh are the only independent wrestling promotions out there ... there's many of them, most so small that they have no production crew.

here's kenneth cameron aka brandon t vs monty lynch aka rampage brown

 
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