This really nails it. It's sometimes kind of dangerous to be seen as an up-and-coming superstar because you never know how guys will progress .. or fail to progress. Some guys lose motivation, some guys aren't given shit to do, some guys just don't have it, who knows. But I agree Noam Dar hasn't really developed as maybe one might've hoped when he first broke out on the hot hot British scene.Empiresk wrote: He seemed to peak as a prodigy in 2014 due to his age but has stood still since. I barely remember any matches from ICW or PCW that people were raving about in the build up to CWC. He would have been a guy to send to developmental rather than showcasing him straight away.
His Twitter banter is on-point, which seems to be a separate brand of workrate for UK wrestlers these days but that doesn't get you over in Corpus Christi.
Anyway, I gotta put the flagship over once more because I made the mistake of listening to one of these dime-a-dozen wrestle pods where three guys whinge about WWE booking and can never mention a female wrestler without also talking about how their dick feels about her. Never heard this kind of shit on the flagship, and it's not like you guys are radical feminists, it's just simply focusing on the graps. As it should be.