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Who should debut?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Roadster, Apr 9, 2018.

  1. Roadster

    Roadster Il Capitano Administrator

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    Who do you think should debut on RAW/SmackDown?

    I'd be happy if Sanity debut or maybe even Ciampa/Gargano. What'd you think?
     
  2. ¡Tranquilo!

    ¡Tranquilo! Indie Wrestler Donor

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    He'd be pretty neat.
     
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  3. Roadster

    Roadster Il Capitano Administrator

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    I don't think he will. He has another few months left in his Black feud.
     
  4. Highspot

    Highspot Failure is not an option Administrator

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    I agree if they would have Ciampa that would be good.
     
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  5. Roadster

    Roadster Il Capitano Administrator

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    He's been especially good, lately. He's really built his body since the injury and the damn heel work is impeccable.
     
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  6. andie

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    Almas, SAnity, and probably Peyton Royce tonight.
     
  7. Roadster

    Roadster Il Capitano Administrator

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    Sucks that SmackDown only got a single debut. The Iconics.
     
  8. Punk

    Punk Get the Strap! Platinum D-Generation X

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    Draft picks are next week, they're saving for that.
     
  9. Highspot

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    Besides from a shitty attitude do you think Low Ki would be good back in WWE?
     
  10. Roadster

    Roadster Il Capitano Administrator

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    Probably now.

    His hard hitting style didn’t mesh with WWE in 2010, and he was just a little odd all around. Cut some cookie cutter promos despite looking, wrestling and especially sounding like a bad ass. He had no direction, basically.

    With the emphasis on substance over style and a larger reliance on the indie circuit to develop talent, he can do well in modern WWE.
     

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