Post by Andrew is Good on Dec 30, 2012 15:25:40 GMT -5
Yeah, as people said, Dolph Ziggler was a sole WWE product, but he also had the goods and could go. This guy seems similar to that, if his cardio is through the sky, then he has a lot of potential.
WWE can bring in guys who look good and try and train them from scratch, and I'm wondering if that is going to be a separate part of NXT. It seems recently that they're taking indy talents and polishing them, more then training guys from scratch. I think Big E Langston, Bo Dallas, Jason Jordan and Bray Wyatt were all trained from scratch within the WWE system. Though there maybe others as well.
I'm looking at the roster, and from what I understand, here are the people trained from scratch within the WWE system:
-Aksana (all FCW) -Alex Riley (all FCW) -Alicia Fox -Brodus Clay (?) kinda, he was in Deep South then brought back -Cameron (all FCW) -Cody Rhodes -David Otunga (all FCW) -Dolph Ziggler -Eve (all FCW) -Jack Swagger -The Usos (all FCW) -Kaitlyn (all FCW) -Layla -Mark Henry -Michael McGillicutty (all FCW) -Naomi (all FCW) -Randy Orton (for the most part, I could be wrong) -Roman Reigns (all FCW) -Rosa Mendes -Ryback (I think he started in DSW, got released, worked indies, and then got resigned) -Titus O'Neil (all FCW)
Arguably, WWE has a s***ty track record with training women.