Originally Posted by K2Jelly
I think you were meaning this to be directed to those who are incapable of thinking outside of a single dimension so I will go a bit easy on this because I think you had good intentions K2J. But this...
Originally Posted by Robstar
says it all in what you are directing people to do in steering away from watching a show like NXT. I might pride myself on the fact that I follow as many promotions as possible (as best I can), but it's because of that I get to appreciate when someone like CM Punk hits it big in WWE, or when a purist like Bryan Danielson adopts an "out of character" role like he has, or when the humor of a Christopher Daniels is on full frontal display. Had I not followed these guys for so long, would I be able to fully appreciate just how great they have adapted over the course of time? The same goes for a Tyler Black and Jon Moxley; seeing the athleticism they can display and the roots of their creativity gives me that ray of hope that they will succeed and even excel at the higher level.
Had I known nothing of what Colt Cabana was as a wrestler developing through the ranks of the Indies, I would be left thinking of him as less than Barry Horrowitz. Had I not seen LowKi from 2001, I would be left thinking that Kaval was nothing more than a glorified Maven. Would you think that these men are of a similar comparison? My point is that by following the paths of these younger talents careers, I have that sense of connection when they truly hit their stride; without that connection, they are just a flash in the pan to which you might miss out on just how much potential the E Universe saw in them before they signed them into the company. Wouldn't you like to know why they felt compelled to hire someone even if they are used as nothing more than enhancement talent?