The Sweet 16: The Future Stars of the WWE
The WWE is on the verge of star collapse. The majority of the top talent only has a few years left in them. Scouting out current rosters and NXT I have found who will hopefully be main event talent in the years to come.
Evan Bourne has a unquie high flyer/ striking style of wrestling. It looks like he is on the verge of a main event push already so this is a safe pick.
The man with the Golden Voice. His in ring work has vastly improved and he excels on the mic. Look for him to be getting a main event push in the near future.
Morrison and the Miz are the yin and yang of the WWE. One has improved on the mic and the other has improved in the ring. I predict he will go back to Smackdown in next year's draft and instantly enter the main event.
The essential D-Bag of the WWE. The powers that be are very high on this man and with a few tweaks to his gimmick he will enter the main event. I predict 2-3 years until he reaches that level.
Where are my peeps at? With the lack of top talent in the WWE right now, Christian will hopefully get his rightful push. I foresee a second wave of the Christian/Swagger feud and hopefully Christian will win the championship.
This young man is highly capable and talented. I see it taking a few years for him to work his way up but when he makes it, it will be amazing to watch.
Another young, highly talented star. He had his chance at the Intercontinental Championship last year but Mysterio refused to drop it. Same timetable as Cody Rhodes for future main events.
The chosen one. He has grown greatly in the ring since his debut and is only 25, making him one of the youngest stars in the WWE. I see him becoming World Champion relatively soon. As long as they can get past the wine to McMahon gimmick.
A man who should already be in the main event picture (thanks Randy). He should be in the main event within a year or less.
The Unique High Flyer. Very different from Bourne in the fact that he is almost half a foot taller and reminds me more of RVD. If he can improve his mic skills, he is a future world champion.
The A-lister. The future John Cena(in way too many ways). Even if he doesn't improve his in-ring work the WWE will still make him a champion.
Big, strong, tall, good mic work, and highly polished. What isn't there to like about this man? He supposedly even has a contract for any championship match he chooses. He also was supposed to get his own entrance music back during season one but that didn't happen.
A unique look and style but he is also solid on the mic. Hopefully the WWE understands the potential of this guy and do not drop the ball like they did with Danielson.
I refuse to call the son of Mr.Perfect, Michael McGillicutty. I think the WWE dropped the ball with the name but he seems to be the Wade Barret of NXT Season 2.
Alex Riley seems like the college sports version of the Miz. The rookie-pro parring seems like a match made in heaven(or hell). Very strong on the mic and solid in the ring, this man has a bright future a head of him.
Who is the mystery man? Who else has a bright future in the WWE?
HELL YEAH! The American dragon is coming back to the WWE. Even though the angle is not a work, the WWE wants Danielson back. There is one problem though. Danielson in ring style has him dominating his opponents and makes him look like a bad ass. The formula for small men and babyfaces in the WWE is to have the crap beat out of you for the entire match and win in three moves at the end. Hopefully Danielson will be allowed to use his style in the WWE and become a champion.
So what do you think? Any one I left off the list please let me know in the comments below.
PS: anyone else going to see Danielson in Detroit on Saturday?
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