For those of you who don't know Rob Terry, he is a wrestler for TNA, where he currently holds the Global Championship.
Now this guy is oozing with talent, when he first made his debut with the British Invasion, I was a little unsure, though.
He was huge, but he would always just be a valet to his British companions and would hardly ever wrestle.
Now however, they changed his gimmick having him turn on his former teammates after being nothing but a lackey, thus turning him face.
It was then that they started having him wrestle on a regular basis and had Eric Young drop the Global Championship to him, in Terry’s hometown of Cardiff, Wales.
After seeing him in the ring more and more, I see this guy can actually wrestle and he reminds me of The British Bulldog, except more agile.
Now after further research, I saw that he was in WWE back in 2007, he was signed to a developmental contract and assigned to FCW.
After a couple years in there, WWE never brought him up to the main roster except for dark matches. And he was released from his contract in January 2008.
They had him as a bodyguard mostly like TNA did at first, but never really used him much as a wrestler.
Now I'm shocked that they didn't use him to his full potential as TNA is now.
He has everything that McMahon is looking for in a wrestler. He has a body that makes Batista look like The Miz, and unlike Batista, he can actually wrestle.
After watching last night's Impact I was completely in shock after seeing Terry take two brutal chair shots and not even being fazed, the second of which was right to the head and even busted him open.
So WWE's loss is now TNA's gain, but it seems that WWE has a history of not using wrestlers to their full potential like Shelton Benjamin and Chavo Guerrero.
Rob Terry will now continue to have a prosperous career in TNA for now, but hopefully we will see him in WWE sooner than later.