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WWE Missed Opportunities: Neville the Latest Superstar to Be Rushed

Posted by Travis Wakeman On April - 18 - 2015

After spending over two very successful years on the WWE NXT roster, Adrian Neville finally debuted on the main roster the night following WrestleMania 31. Going by only "Neville," he made quick work of Curtis Axel.This was a perfect debut for a Superstar who could have come to the main roster much earlier than he did. But the fact WWE chose to wait so long before unveiling him to its mainstream audience is no reason ...

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After spending over two very successful years on the WWE NXT roster, Adrian Neville finally debuted on the main roster the night following WrestleMania 31. Going by only "Neville," he made quick work of Curtis Axel.This was a perfect debut for a Superstar who could have come to the main roster much earlier than he did. But the fact WWE chose to wait so long before unveiling him to its mainstream audience is no reason to rush him up the ranks.What happened to WWE having patience and properly building programs?In just his second appearance on Raw, Neville was in the ...

WWE Programming’s Best Match for Week of April 11

Posted by Brad Jones On April - 18 - 2015ADD COMMENTS
This week, WWE visited the United Kingdom—and presented some excellent bouts while they were over there. In the past, we've seen similar overseas tours sometimes stop forward progress for the television product—even Monday Night Raw is taped because of the time difference, so major developments are often put on hold thanks to the prevalence of spoilers. The same could be said for this week's broadcasts, but at least the usual suspects were present to deliver the goods in the ring. Though outcomes can be spoiled, an engaging match will always yield interest. Here are the best bouts from the past week.   Honourable Mentions CJ Parker ...

WWE Superstar of the Week for April 18

Posted by The Doctor Chris Mueller On April - 18 - 2015ADD COMMENTS
The annual Extreme Rules pay-per-view is upon us, and it looks like it will have a pretty stacked card of matches with various stipulations. At least four titles are set to be defended, with Tyson Kidd and Cesaro the only champions not yet scheduled to put their championships on the line. Several Superstars have done great work leading up to the post-WrestleMania PPV, but only one can be the Superstar of the Week.   Honorable Mention: Fandango For the first time in what feels like forever, Fandango is relevant. He not only ditched his dance partner, Rosa, but he brought back his old theme song. The ...
Ring Rust Radio is the best wrestling show on the airwaves, and this week was no different. With strong opinions on Seth Rollins, John Cena and more, this is where you need to go to get all of your weekly WWE nuggets. Bleacher Report featured columnists Mike Chiari, Donald Wood and Brandon Galvin give the lowdown on everything going on in the wrestling world. Also, artist Rob Schamberger joined the show to offer his inside perspective on the business. With another unpredictable episode of Ring Rust Radio in the books, you can't afford to miss another second of the action. Catch us live every Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET (some language NSFW) ...
Over the past few years, WWE's Extreme Rules pay-per-view has changed from an event where every match has a hardcore element to just another show with a couple of gimmicks tossed in the mix. However, despite the lack of a stipulation being attached to several bouts this year, the WWE World Heavyweight Championship match will have two: a steel cage and a banned move. The cage will provide fans with the extreme aspect, but what will serve as an even bigger factor in the outcome is the secondary rule wherein the RKO move is out of the equation. Randy Orton is essentially doomed ...

Dean Ambrose Would Thrive as WWE’s Hardcore Specialist

Posted by Ryan Dilbert On April - 17 - 2015ADD COMMENTS
Point Dean Ambrose toward darkness, not toward WWE gold. Rather than get lost in the shuffle in the crowded championship picture, Ambrose would be better served playing WWE's resident hardcore king. Make him this generation's Mick Foley. Let his past power his present and an alternative path be his means to stardom. His former brethren from The Shield have gone on to nab the spotlight. Roman Reigns just headlined WrestleMania and currently hovers around the world title picture. Seth Rollins holds the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, sitting atop the company as its top heel. As for the unstable brawler, he's not anywhere near ...
It's hard to get lost in a stellar bout like Neville vs. Sheamus when news of Daniel Bryan's health issues echoes in one's mind. WWE delivered some excellent matches this week, two of which featured Neville. In addition, Naomi made the most out of a surprising heel turn and NXT nabbed one of the independent circuit's best talents. Even with all those reasons to cheer, it wasn't a celebratory week for Bryan fans. The lingering effects of his injuries overshadow everything from Neville's performances to the odd route WWE went with for the Sheamus vs. Dolph Ziggler match. Fans in London saw Bryan ...
As is now customary with the WWE calendar, the upcoming Extreme Rules show provides the WWE's first return to pay-per-view since the annual WrestleMania extravaganza.  With all of the WWE's major championships expected to be defended at the show, there is plenty to keep an eye on when it comes to the biggest and most prominent storylines to watch. However, as is always the case, there are some underappreciated storylines that will escape the attention of some but will be well worth watching out for as Extreme Rules gets closer. The first of those involves the tag division and the emergence of a ...
It's fitting that in the midst of the company's European tour, an Englishman featured so prominently in WWE's best social media. Neville's trademark high-flying move showed up in a Vine video and a YouTube clip that made the rounds on the Internet this week. Other WWE-related shareable content dealt with questionable geography, the NBA playoffs and some of the least extreme matches ever. A treasure trove of AJ photos made the cut as well. Before we dig into that and start pining for the former Divas champ anymore, a few other images stood out on Instagram. Photographer Matt Roberts caught a great shot of ...
Converging physical ability, showmanship and storytelling is a mighty difficult art, as the latest edition of WWE NXT reminded us. Enzo Amore continues to be stellar as a talker but a washout once the bell rings. Dana Brooke wrestled her first televised match and showed how much progress she needs to make. Wednesday's show wasn't filled with only struggles, though. Even with Sami Zayn returning to action, the night belonged to Solomon Crowe. He left a deep impression on the audience thanks to a display of his brawling talents. Crowe made the biggest upward movement on the NXT big board. He slides closer ...

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