The main reasoning behind making this article is to declare my top five wrestlers who are currently on the Ring of Honor roster that I would like to see WWE sign.
The picture at the end isn't bad, either.
Some have already been signed by WWE or TNA but were hardly used, so please keep that in mind.
Sit back and relax and check out the guys I want to see have a run in the WWE.
Claudio Castagnoli and Chris Hero were recently reported to have a WWE contract offer, which made me quite happy.
Claudio is a Swiss pro wrestler and was signed by the WWE in a developmental deal, but it was short lived during 2006.
The first time I heard about Chris Hero was when an airport television show was coincidentally on my TV and featured a pro wrestler trying to wrestle in Australia but had visa issues—since then I've been following.
The duo are a tag team thus I counted them as one choice. They currently are wrestling in ROH, Pro Wrestling Guerrilla and other small indie promotions across the world from England to Japan.
A lot people have become fans of his after seeing CM Punk's "shoot" interview on RAW. I, for one, have been a longtime admirer of Colt Cabana, so much so I bought his DVD, "The Wrestling Road Diaries," which also features Daniel Bryan and small cameos from many Wrestlers, and even Bret Hart.
I listen to his weekly podcast, "The Art of Wrestling," which features wrestlers like CM Punk, Sonjay Dutt, Evan Bourne and most recently Former TNA star Jay Lethal.
He is more of a comedic wrestler at the moment, but he can turn it up and go like a main eventer in a matter of seconds.
Colt Cabana also had a WWE deal and was then known as Scotty Goldman from 2007 to 2009, he was mostly used in the WWE.com show "What's Crackin?".
Colt even had a guest spot on Zack Ryder's Youtube show months ago.
Most of you know of Jay Lethal, and hopefully most have heard of Consequences Creed.
Lethal's TNA tag partner was signed by WWE shortly after his TNA release. Was this perhaps a Lethal Consequences return in the form of a WWE ring? It would certainly increase the interest in the tag team division.
Lethal doesn't have a WWE body, but he has the WWE charisma. He can talk the talk, and hell, he can impersonate the impersonator (seen by Ric Flair/Lethal moments in TNA).
I have seen all the matches from Ring of Honor's "Best in the World 2011," besides Eddie Edwards vs. Davey Richards.
I haven't seen much of Davey or Eddie, so I was looking forward to their match at the IPPV last Sunday, I will watch it sooner rather than later, and many have exclaimed it to be one of the best matches of the 2011 year.
If it is, why would you argue about not seeing them in WWE?
As I said previously I haven't seen all too much of Davey Richards or Eddie Edwards but have heard many compliments about them which has enticed me to watch the bout at 'Best in the World 2011'.
I was unable to watch it because I've been pretty busy lately but will check it out as soon as.
She makes me proud to be British........
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