Half Year Review 7: Most Improved
This is the 7th aritcle, half way through my series now and it is a strain.
Here is the most improved wrestler of 2009 thus far. I will start by going through the nominees followed by the winner of the award.
If you have any in mind please leave a comment below.......
Apparently i'm not 300 characters here yet so i'm going to stall with this sentence.... enough?
Most Improved - The Nominees - Dolph Ziggler
I don't think any of us felt he was going anywhere with his name gimmick, which I must add I love.
When he got drafted to Smackdown there was a glimmer of hope for him but sometimes all you need is a glimmer (whatever a glimmer is) and take an opportunity when you see it.
Ziggler has gone from either a jobber or an added figure on the unemployment rate to a good midcard wrester looking for an intercontinental push once Jericho's done with it.
Most Improved - Jeff Hardy
I thought he was getting more of a push than he deserved at the end of last year. Saying that, as the years gone on he's got better and better and can put on a great match.
His latest matches with Edge and Matt have been awesome and well worth a look if you haven't seen them.
Most Improved - Priceless
Do I hear a groan from my dear reader?
These guys were getting a lot of stick from people saying they weren't good enough and only in there as there 2nd or is it 3rd generation wrestlers.
Recently they've been in some good matches, and they're ring skills are, with a few tweaks, good enough for main event material.
Most Improved - Michael Cole
Honestly, isn't screwing up half as many lines as he was before. Kings commentating has been awful as of late but he has made it worth listening to......
Is it just me who droans out the commentators sometimes, just turn the switch of in my brain, can still hear the action though, it's magic.
Most Improved - Matt Morgan
I really do rate this guy very high, infact 7 feet high, O.K that was a poor opening sentence, let me try again.
Matt Morgan is the future of this business, he's bound for glory, well that was just weird, one more try.
This guy is big, strong and powerful, he's been doing well lately and I expect to see it some more-gan........another poor one, come on Callum.
Matt Morgan everyone.
Most Improved - David Hart Smith
Let's be honest, the introduction of the Hart Dynasty has and will continue to help him develop into a top talent in the WWE or if they screw him up and mid to top talent in TNA...
He's had some nice matches already, both tag and singles. My only problem is he seems a bit clueless about telling the story of the match before during and after.
And the winners is.....
What do I right here for this slide then?
Click next to find out.
The Most Improved is Jeff Hardy
In case you haven't heard his contract expires in 2-3 weeks so if he doesn't sign a new one all this improving may go to waste, or as I like to call it TNA mwhahahaha.
Not a dig at TNA, one at WWE for letting so much talent go over the years.