Can't miss stud prospect who is sooner rather than later going to end up in someone's developmental territory. Uhaa is kind of hard to describe, but picture Bobby Lashley's body, but also being capable of shooting-star presses. It sounds kind of insane but it is true, he is a strange mix of a powerhouse and a high-flyer.
Uhaa just recently returned from a devastating knee-injury, but he continues to improve his ability with each passing match. Despite his psychical tools, he is still pretty raw in the ring, but this diamond can certainly be plucked from the rough. Uhaa currently wrestles in the lightning-quick Dragon Gate USA promotion, but also has a few tours of Japan under his belt with DG USA's parent promotion. Like most indy guys, Uhaa needs some help on the microphone, but that can be taught, his mind-bending combination of power and agility however, cannot.
"Mr. Touchdown" Mark Angelosetti:
Angelosetti caught fire in 2012 thanks to his pairing with Dasher Hatfield as The Throwbacks and his acclaimed feud with Archibald Peck. Arrogant and spiteful, Touchdown is like a slightly-smaller Dolph Ziggler when Dolph was at his most conceited. Touchdown wrestles mainly for Chikara, however with Chikara currently a non-entity he performs for the similar Wrestling Is… promotion.
His limited size might hold him back from being a big star in the WWE, but his charisma and his ability to draw heat are something that can get him over in any role. Saddled with a very strange gimmick (a stereotypical high-school jock) Touchdown makes it work wonderfully and had become one of Chikara's post popular rudos before it's subsequent closing. With not a lot else going on, the time would be perfect for Touchdown to make the jump into one of the bigger promotions in the US.
Well-traveled high-flyer is at the pinnacle of in-ring performance in the United States. Fox is a lanky athlete with an electric move-set an the charisma to match. Nicknamed "The Whole Fox'n Show" Fox is currently one of the most decorated wrestlers on the independent circuit. Fox is most notable for his time in Combat Zone Wrestling, adding some serious in-ring ability to the typically blood-and-guts organization. He also wrestles frequently for DG USA and EVOLVE.
Fox has ok size for a high-flyer, and as the WWE moves towards a greater utilization of smaller, quicker athletes, Fox could fit right in. He would also be an excellent addition to not only the TNA X-Division, but the company as a whole. TNA hasn't really signed a premier indy guy since Austin Aries over three years ago, and Fox would be a great signing to an increasingly aging company.
Current Open the Freedom Gate Champion in DG USA, Gargano is often recognized as the best unsigned talent in wrestling. Often in cahoots with Chuck Taylor, Gargano has cut out a niche for himself as one of the most deplorable characters in wrestling.
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