FCW! The Future of the WWE. (Part 1)
by, 01-17-2011 at 09:17 PM (5322 Views)
FCW! The Future of the WWE.
Ive always been a great fan of wrestling and the process of creating the newest stars of the future. The way that someone such as the Miz can come up from Tough Enough and rise to the top of the WWE and become the world champion beating the likes of Randy Orton, Edge and so on and so forth. With WWE formally having Ohio Valley Wrestling pushing out star after star including John Cena, Batista and Randy Orton. The WWE has always been known for there ability to reload with talent that people want to see on tv each and everyweek.
So with this blog i wanted to spotlight some of the best and brightest talent that the current WWE Minor league Florida Championship Wrestling has to offer. I'll break this up into a few entries with each one focusing on three or four superstars that we should be seeing on WWE tv in the very near future. With that being said... lets start with the man who I, as well as many of the readers on this site has the best chance of being the biggest star to come out of FCW givin there current talent crop.
SETH ROLLINS: Oh yeah, there is no way that i couldnt make a blog about FCW and the future of the WWE without starting with the Ring of Honor legend and all around superstar. Formally known as Tyler Black in Ring of Honor he put out some of the greatest matches many of us have ever seen. Most notably a match of the year candidate in his matchup with Davey Richards at Death before Dishonor IV. Many have tabbed Rollins/Black as the future of the WWE. Showing great mic skills, mat skills and overall charisma that made him the quote unquote STAR OF THE SHOW in a federation that focused on Technical skills and showmanship rather than the entertainment factor of a WWE or TNA.
Unfortunelty for many fans of the WWE, they have the unfortunate track record of taking wrestling with amazing mat skills and a great indy following and underutilizing there abilities until they are released or ask for there release (ala Kaval/Low Ki/Senshi)
But back to Rollins. The WWE likes the taller wrestlers with that typical "Wrestler Look" which Rollins has all of. Standing 6'2 222 Pounds and boasting a CM Punk-esk physique. Its hard to watch a Rollins/Black match and not say... "Why is this guy not on WWE tv?" With all the dream matches dancing around in peoples heads with some of the WWE's greatest including CM Punk, Daniel Bryan, Orton, Cena and so on. When Rollins does get is shot, when rollins does step out of that curtain for the first time on a live show. All of the fans that have been trapped under a rock or dont have HDnet... or access to Youtube. They will become INSTANT fans of this newest star of the WWE Universe.