WWE 101: How To Create Future Stars for the WWE

ReDevilContributor IIINovember 9, 2010

VANCOUVER, BC - FEBRUARY 28:  Sidney Crosby #87 of Canada skates around the rink with the Canadian flag after the ice hockey men's gold medal game between USA and Canada on day 17 of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics at Canada Hockey Place on February 28, 2010 in Vancouver, Canada. Canada defeated USA 3-2 in the first overtime. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
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We all know that Canada produces some of the finest world-class wrestlers in the professional wrestling industry.

Bret Hart, Owen Hart, Edge, Chris Jericho, Christian, Chris Benoit, Lance Storm and Trish are just some of the names that come to mind when I think of Canadian wrestlers. And guess what? All of them are considered among the best wrestlers to ever step foot in a wrestling ring.

Stu Hart and his infamous Hart Dungeon used to be the training ground for young wrestlers, and then they were transferred to Vince McMahon, but sadly that great process can't happen anymore.

The WWE has FCW in the US, but I really don't see much happening there, and with the youth revolution that has McMahon going crazy now, what better place to look for top-class wrestlers than Canada?

The USA mostly produces entertainers, not wrestlers, while Canada is the heart and soul when it comes down to wrestling.

I really believe that having a development territory in Canada can and most certainly will pay off big time in the future.