I just think its interesting that despite the fact he won NXT, other participants from that season seem to be getting better kayfabe roles. Harris and McGillicutty in Nexus, which is sure to give them a good amount of air time and occasional mic work (although in McGillicutty's case I hope not) and Riley, who is the lackey and second voice of The Miz, who is one of WWE's most exciting young prospects.
I'm not disputing that Kaval's time won't come, because it is entirely possible, but just the fact that from a certain standpoint its arguable if Kaval just won to please the "internet fans" and not because they actually had plans for him. Whatever the case, I hope they decide to do something with him to stop him from gradually fading into the background.
Kaval is a high flyer and unless you're name's Jeff Hardy, you don't go far in your career using flashy moves these days. He's also a "rookie" like someone said. He'll win a few matches down the line and maybe get midcard gold but I don't think he'll ever main event any ppv's.
It looks like WWE is trying to book him as the next Rey ( underdog ). In order to do this WWE has to put in your head that he will always lose. Then when he starts winning matches he shouldnt US the IWC or WWE Universe will be shocked. Plus this also add to his warrior character about him never giving up and not backing down from any challenge.
This is like the 5th thread about KaVal this month at least the WWE is keep a good job about keeping him in our minds.