In the world of being a WWE Superstar, each and every competitor has one thing that really stands above the rest of the roster.
Some have supreme wrestling abilities, some are more comfortable speaking on the microphone and some have the ability to make you love—or hate—them on the drop of a dime.
With all of these different characteristics, it sometimes takes years for most of the WWE roster to develop all of these traits to become a great Superstar. For instance, how long did it take for guys such as Daniel Bryan and Zack Ryder to finally develop a following?
Bryan had those who knew of him in his Ring of Honor days behind him, but was struggling to get the WWE Universe's full support. Ryder had the skills to be a star, but the WWE brass never gave him a chance until fans demanded he get his time in the spotlight.
Having a plethora of abilities is what makes a Superstar, or Diva, great, thus allowing for more airtime, right appearances and title opportunities. To put it another way, each Superstar or Diva that comes into the WWE is a student of the craft, hoping to learn from the masters.
Looking at each Superstar as a student, I have decided to create a sort of WWE college. In this college, just like any college, there is a course book with numerous class options and different professors for each course. These courses are designed to utilize each and every skill that makes someone coming into the WWE a success. Credits will be given out, and each course will have special guest speakers throughout the course to give different perspectives on the subject.
Without further ado, here is the first of what hopes to be multiple installments of WWE University's Course Book. This installment: Speaking and Personality Skills.