Should Evan Borune Go To TNA?

John C.Contributor IMarch 25, 2010

LAS VEGAS - AUGUST 24:  Wrestlers Evan Bourne (L) and Chavo Guerrero compete during the WWE Monday Night Raw show at the Thomas & Mack Center August 24, 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
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Ok as you all know Evan Bourne has been reduced to a jobber because WWE creative team has no clue what to do. Evan has a lot of talent that could be worthy of the US title or the IC title. But instead week in and week out he jobs to people like Sheamus.

Evan Bourne came to ECW in mid 2008 I believe and was then drafted to RAW in 2009. But at a point in his career he sustained an ankle injury that sidelined him for a few months. But when he was in the ring he brought excitement to the match will high flying moves. Along with his Shooting Star Press I saw Bournes career star taking off. But then he started declining and now is at the jobber status which in my opinion is a huge waste of his talent. 

As you know Mr. McMahon likes the beefed up muscle masses with very little in ring ability *cough* Khali. So he doesn't give the real talent any major titles.Now TNA has some spectacular talent that could be used very well. So I can see Evan hanging on the Ultimate X cables one day and holding X Divison gold. I mean Evan Bourne could really bring something special to the X Divison.

But what do you think? Could or Should Evan Bourne go to TNA?

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