"Evan" BORN to Wrestle: Oh Yeah Matt Sydal Born to Wrestle too!

PJ@ThatGuyPJBContributor IAugust 12, 2008

Hello once again....

After watching ECWnot just tonight but week in and week out, one thing is for sure, and it is that Evan Bourne or Matt Sydal (what he was known as when he started out) is an amazing talent. I can already for see him winning money in the bank next year.

Ok, so I am a little crazy for this guy but it is just really awesome to see someone who looks like they actually love what they are doing and that are ridiculously good at it. I mean he actually reminds me of WWE's VERSION OF AJ STYLES!

The fans are taking notice! What do you think? Do you think he has what it takes to become a top superstar in WWE, one day be on RAW or Smackdown? Can you honestly admit that if  at Summerslam or the next Saturday Night Main Event WWE featured a match pitting Evan Bourne vs Rey Mysterio that you wouldn't tune in? I know I would and I would DVR it!

BTW Mark Henry finally did a move that actually looked like it would hurt when he slammed Matt Hardy on the Title. I know it would hurt my back, I have held a replica title before!

Side-note for everyone you can e-mail me about anything you would want me to write about or anny questions at pjbscarface@gmail.com

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