Views From The Turnbuckle: Indy Talent Search, Wrestlers Likely To Be Signed Next
Gargano is more polished on the microphone then most of his counterparts, and his in-ring ability is more suitable to the WWE. While someone like Fox uses high-spots and quick pinfalls to perform, Gargano uses a much more methodical pace, emphasizing psychology and ground-and-pound offense. Only 26 years old but already has almost a decade of experience under his belt. Made a brief appearance in the WWE a few years ago where he was squashed by Brodus Clay.
Easily the most recognizable name on this list, Strong is at some sort of a cross-roads in his career. After being a key member for Ring of Honor since his debut in 2003, Strong has somewhat fallen out of favor recently within the company. Supremely talented and unique, Strong just hit the big 3-0 and now might be the time for a change.
Strong has literally been everywhere during his wrestling career, wrestling for ROH, TNA, FIP, NOAH and everywhere in between. Strong has somewhat of a history with current WWE mega-stars CM Punk and Daniel Bryan and with the exception of Samoa Joe, Strong might be the best former-ROH World Champion to be signed in the WWE.
Strong has a very unique wrestling style that should translate well into the WWE. Strong is first and foremost a brawler, a dying art in today's world of 450 splashes and technical excellence. Strong also has the world's most diverse display of backbreakers and utilizes them at their best. A lot of buzz for Davey Richards and Eddie Edwards being signed by both TNA and the WWE, but in my opinion, Strong would be a better signing then either of them.
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