Welcome, cats and kittens, to what has become one of our most popular and requested features on this humble wrestling site, Cewsh Scouts! Over the next week and a half, we’re going to scout and review 25 different NXT stars (and hopeful stars) in sets of 5, and then at the end we’re going to do something new. For the first time, Cewsh Reviews will be crowning the 2017 Best Prospect in NXT award, which will from now be handed out yearly in the month after Wrestlemania. And all of this is going to be exclusive to cewshreviews.com until the week after it’s all done, so if you’re hungry for that sweet scouting flavor, make sure you check back every day!
Now, for those of you who are new and unsure of what Cewsh Scouts is, in the past we have done some detailed scouting on both NXT and New Japan to help people get an idea for who these up and coming characters are before they pop onto your television screen, and to sort of give you a sense of whether it’s important to keep an eye on them yet or not. We’ve had a pretty remarkable success rate at predicting next level talent thus far, so let’s see if we can do it again!
Welcome, cats and kittens, to a brand new article that is neither a review, nor an attempt to stave off your thirst for a review with a Buzzfeed style list! It’s the rarest of delights! On Monday night, Vince McMahon came out on Raw and declared that it was time to shake things up again in WWE, which most have interpreted as a new brand lottery draft, (even though it is rather suspicious that they didn’t call it that.) So with a new draft potentially on the horizon, what better time to take a look back at last year’s draft and give out some grades.
The grades are based primarily on how much value they returned for when they were taken in the draft during the past year, and what they meant to the Raw and Smackdown brands throughout the course of the year. We’re assuming that anyone could be moved on Monday, so you get no credit for potential future success. Make sense? Alright then, let’s shake things up one more time!
Let’s get this out of the way right off the top. I think this match is a work of art, and am going to do everything in my power to make you see it the same way. It might make you angry or it might make you think, but for the love of god please know that I don’t give a fraction of a fuck about what you think about Roman Reigns. It’s irrelevant, because this match isn’t about him. It’s about history. Roman Reigns is just the period at the end of the sentence.
Also, the rest of our Wrestlemania review will follow later. I just felt it was important to talk about this match while it is still so fresh in our minds. Lets proceed.