Pro Wrestling

Paul London MIA: Has RAW Forgotten About Him?

RKO's Priceless Numba1Fan aka Dashing Marina MtzCorrespondent IMay 22, 2009

Hello fellow peers, writers, & editors! My apologies for keeping you waiting on this edition of "WWE MIA". Today, I will analyze the disappearance of a former cruiserweight champion, & tag team champion, Paul London.

To get the ball rolling, Paul London made his WWE debut in 2003, and started his career in the tag-team division. Brian Kendrick was actually London's first teammate under the name Spanky (who doesn't remember the Spanky-John Cena thing?). 

He later began feuds with several superstars, and became the WWE cruiserweight champion. When London & Kendrick was formed, they were managed by Ashley. When the tag-team was moved to RAW, well lets say London faded out. 

I will ask my patented V.I.R.D.M? (tm). Is Paul London on a vacation? Is he injured? Was he released? Or could he just be in dark matches?

I personally was thinking about what great, electric in-ring ability he had. This is the thing that WWE is lacking. In my honest opinion, I think that WWE tends to go with whoever is more marketable, rather than who's got the best athleticism.

I think that the WWE really needs to bring back its cruiserweight division. There are so many talented, athletic people in the WWE, and I think that they need to be used A LOT better.

So, anyway, I would like to know what you think on this issue. Please rate & comment!

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