Future Roles For Current WWE Stars

Discussion in 'General WWE' started by Neptune, Oct 16, 2015.

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  1. I thought this was an interesting read : 10 Future Roles For Current WWE Stars


    Zach Ryder - Backstage Interviewer
    Xavier Woods - Full-Time Manager
    Mark Henry - Road Agent
    Kane - Head Of Gimmick Development
    John Cena - WWE Ambassador
    Paul Heyman - Talent Scout
    Bray Wyatt - Promo Director
    Triple H - WWE CEO
    The Miz - Announcer
    Daniel Bryan - WWE Performance Center Trainer
  2. Here are my takes on the names listed since I saw some I didn't agree with.

    Ryder - Is more likely to become a trainer or road agent. He's already involved in that by mentoring Mojo Rawley in NXT.
    Woods - Seems legit.
    Henry - Dunno about him. He could become an agent but he could also just step away.
    Kane - Already has a job outside of the WWE running an insurance company.
    Cena - That's spot on.
    Heyman - Also has a gig outside of WWE. Not to mention he is nearing 50 so when he is done I think he legit retires.
    Wyatt - No idea about Wyatt. If he is promo director he better not be teaching people how to ramble aimlessly like he himself does.
    Triple H - Duh
    Miz - Yup.
    Bryan - Most likely.
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  3. Heyman kind of already did "talent scouting" so to speak with Punk and others. Jut indirectly. Either way, I can't see him being around much longer. He had a great run (on and off) as one of the best managers.
  4. Heyman didn't scout Punk. Heyman went to bat for him, but he was not the scout who kept tabs on him.
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  5. I think hey man should stick with Brock for at least 2 more years. Brock is here till 2020, but it would be nice seeing him completely solo.
  6. That is why I said indirectly.
  7. I wouldn't say that saying "Yeah, I'd like to work with that guy, let's sign him" doesn't equal talent scouting, not even indirectly.

    Punk was most likely scouted by Pat Patterson.
  8. Man, you guys are arguing about Heyman and some dude that doesn't even matter anymore.. Seriously?
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