Pro Wrestling

What I Would Like To See From Vladimir Kozolov

NEW YORK - APRIL 28:  Sherri Shepherd attends WWE SmackDown at Madison Square Garden on April 28, 2009 in New York City.  (Photo by George Napolitano/Getty Images)
RKO's Priceless Numba1Fan aka Dashing Marina MtzCorrespondent IJuly 1, 2009

Hello everyone, I would first like to apologize for my absence. As you have seen on my profile, it was been extremely difficult for me to get online.

Anyway, I would like to express what I would like to see Vladimir Kozlov do, and what I would like to see him to become. I know he is not the most exposed or popular superstar in the WWE, but I would like to touch on the subject.

We all know that Kozlov known as the "Moscow Mauler". Sure, he's bruiting and intimidating, but what I am wondering is, what else can WWE do with him?

Being just a powerhouse with a, in my opinion, boring gimmick won't make Vince much money.

What gave me the idea for this article was that a couple weeks ago on ECW, Kozlov came out with a huge smile on his face. This was very surprising for me because he is usually so stoic. No emotion.

With that being said, I personally think that Kozlov would make a great face. His gimmick could use a little elbow grease, but hey.

The WWE definitely messed up with The Great Khali. If you think about it, The Great Khali was just like Kozlov in the beginning of his career. Khali was just a big, strong guy who beat up jobbers, and was occasionally in the title picture.

The WWE creative team now has another chance to do something with a jobber-magnet like Vladimir Kozlov. He has a bunch of potential.

What do you guys think? I would like to know what you think and what your stance on this "issue."

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