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Originally posted by Rico Len Rico Len wrote:

THAT I would like to see. I liked this British triad idea with Barrett, Sheamus and Galloway, but so long as you've got Sheamus and Barrett with another guy or two who legitimately belong then it will be worth doing.


Sheamus isn't British so couldn't be put in a British group.

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Really impressed by Neville and feel that he was nicely protected vs Rollins but it's always the soundtrack going forward that makes Neville or any newcomer grow more rapidly. Neville can be special, knows how to sell, which many on TV in all companies struggle with it seems, and he has a unique skill set that fans will enjoy. Plus, he's a respectful professional that no company can get too many of in their locker room. WWE did right by signing him and polishing his skills in NXT before elevating the Brit.


Odd pairing. Way too early to have him in there jobbing to the champion in week two.

Interesting that he gets a Diva entrance with Lilian not mentioning his weight.
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Not seen this yet but as long as Neville put in a strong showing against the champion in a decent match I don't see it doing him any harm, quite the opposite in fact.
Most including me don't expect Neville to main event, but he can easily establish himself as a high mid-card act who can get in there with the headliners and produce quality matches on occasion.
 
I don't like the idea of any British faction, as I said previously I would much rather see Barrett start a new Nexus group recruiting NXT guys.


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Originally posted by Rico Len Rico Len wrote:

THAT I would like to see. I liked this British triad idea with Barrett, Sheamus and Galloway, but so long as you've got Sheamus and Barrett with another guy or two who legitimately belong then it will be worth doing.


Sheamus isn't British so couldn't be put in a British group.

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Really impressed by Neville and feel that he was nicely protected vs Rollins but it's always the soundtrack going forward that makes Neville or any newcomer grow more rapidly. Neville can be special, knows how to sell, which many on TV in all companies struggle with it seems, and he has a unique skill set that fans will enjoy. Plus, he's a respectful professional that no company can get too many of in their locker room. WWE did right by signing him and polishing his skills in NXT before elevating the Brit.


Odd pairing. Way too early to have him in there jobbing to the champion in week two.

Interesting that he gets a Diva entrance with Lilian not mentioning his weight.
 
Yeha mybad. I meant UK, not British. Irish, + English, + Scottish.
 
A week two match vs the WWE champion is a good thing as long as he puts on a good showing. If it's a squash, then not so much, but in a good showing it definitely elevates him to mid-card above your average jobbers.
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Neville had a good showing, showcasing his extreme speed (dammit he is fast!) and talent and looking strong in defeat. I liked it very much
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I think he could have looked better, the match could have gone for longer perhaps, but he did hit a few trademark high spots and got a good crowd reaction.

All in all I'd say the jury is still out on if Neville will succeed on the main roster or just become the next Evan Bourne.
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Originally posted by Rico Len Rico Len wrote:

Originally posted by admin admin wrote:

Originally posted by Rico Len Rico Len wrote:

THAT I would like to see. I liked this British triad idea with Barrett, Sheamus and Galloway, but so long as you've got Sheamus and Barrett with another guy or two who legitimately belong then it will be worth doing.


Sheamus isn't British so couldn't be put in a British group.

Quote From Jim Ross Website

Really impressed by Neville and feel that he was nicely protected vs Rollins but it's always the soundtrack going forward that makes Neville or any newcomer grow more rapidly. Neville can be special, knows how to sell, which many on TV in all companies struggle with it seems, and he has a unique skill set that fans will enjoy. Plus, he's a respectful professional that no company can get too many of in their locker room. WWE did right by signing him and polishing his skills in NXT before elevating the Brit.


Odd pairing. Way too early to have him in there jobbing to the champion in week two.

Interesting that he gets a Diva entrance with Lilian not mentioning his weight.
 
Yeha mybad. I meant UK, not British. Irish, + English, + Scottish.
 
 
Sheamus is from Belfast, Ireland, so is not a part of the UK either.  Northern Ireland is part of the UK.
 
also, British, and UK, mean the same thing, really.
 
I get that he has the kind of build, even if he is slightly shorter than what WWE normally go for, but it's when he gets on the mic, it's the accent that used to make it so difficult to fap to Cheryl Cole.
 
though, not impossible.
 
he did have a good showing, but it was still pretty meh to me.


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Quote Dolph Ziggler is out next.

-Commercial Break-

Before the match, Ziggler gets on the mic and says if Kane thinks laying down for Rollins is best for business, he may want to change his nickname to the Devil's Favorite Dumbass. Ziggler said he is going to issue an open challenge tonight. Neville answers the challenge.

Dolph Ziggler vs. Neville

Lock up and Dolph Ziggler works over the left arm of Neville. Neville counters and flips Ziggler forward quickly. Ziggler with a dropkick that drops Neville. Neville catches Ziggler with a boot and standing moonsault combo. Ziggler plants Neville with a huge spike DDT for a close two count. We head to commercial with Neville holding his head.

-Commercial Break-

We are back with Neville fighting to his feet in a headlock by Ziggler. Neville plants Ziggler face first over the mat. Neville clotheslines Ziggler over the top rope. Neville with a springboard top rope moonsault catching Ziggler on the outside! Neville walks across the ring barricade and connects with a 450 Splash on Ziggler on the outside! Neville tosses Ziggler back in and gets a two count. Ziggler with a release german suplex. Neville lands on his feet and catches Ziggler with a kick. Ziggler with a huge superkick on Neville. Neville kicks out after two. Neville plants Ziggler in the corner. Neville misses off the top, lands on his feet and hits the steel ring post when Ziggler moves. Zig Zag and Ziggler gets the win.

Winner: Dolph Ziggler


His music sounds like fucking horendous German house act Scooter that did that irritating cover version of Logical Song.

I don't get the point of jobbing him out weekly and giving up so easily so many "first time ever" matches against the top tier guys.

I'm not into the circus spot monkey shit either like walking the barrier before doing a crazy flip. Just walk upto your opponent and kick him in his head.
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"the man that gravity forgot" was something that was said about him the other week.
 
so, if gravity isn't an issue, why would you do something as simply as just walk up to your opponent and kick him in the head?
 
it's in keeping with his persona, it's what he needs to do, though right now, I'm not rating him too highly.
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Another loss last week in a good match against Ziggler, he pulled off some very impressive high spots which wowed the crowd but he still ate the pinfall at the end.

The good thing is the announcers are constantly putting over how he's a kid with a bright future which suggests he will be paying his dues for a good while yet before hopefully getting a decent push.
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His win/loss record stays fairly healthy with some good showings and a couple of decent wins in the King of the Ring tournament, he made it to the final which speaks well for him.

The crowd reaction he gets reminds me of RVD in his prime where they are wowed by the flashy high spots he does, he's not as charismatic as Rob though so doesn't get as big a pop when his music hits, the crowd don't really get going until his match is underway.
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