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    Wade Barrett Return

    I am relieved Wade Barrett has finally returned, with not only a great new entrance, but a more hard hitting style. I feel Wade Barrett this year will indeed be World Heavyweight Champion and I feel this style will have people take him more seriously. His finisher looks downright brutal (though I wouldn't have minded if they gave it to Kassius Ohno) and thank god he didn't use his god awful Wasteland, and now he has even added a beard to his appearance (all great world champions have beards) I am most support greatness is in the bare knuckled fighters future.

    Thoughts on his return, and where he is heading?

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    Barrett will be such a big threat and a successful heel. Glad to see him back.



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    I did not like his return match. I don't know if that's on Barrett or Tatsu... sometimes two guys just don't have chemistry together. I thought it was downright awful to be honest. His knee strikes on Tatsu when he had him between the ropes were so soft and I believe the first one went nowhere near the chest. The match was fairly slow paced and it made me appreciate Randy Orton a little more because Orton knows how to work a slower pace. Orton's slick, Barrett wasn't as polished.

    If he's going to be a striker, the strikes have to look like they connect and they have to look like they hurt, and this is where his partner comes in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viperfish View Post
    I did not like his return match. I don't know if that's on Barrett or Tatsu... sometimes two guys just don't have chemistry together. I thought it was downright awful to be honest. His knee strikes on Tatsu when he had him between the ropes were so soft and I believe the first one went nowhere near the chest. The match was fairly slow paced and it made me appreciate Randy Orton a little more because Orton knows how to work a slower pace. Orton's slick, Barrett wasn't as polished.

    If he's going to be a striker, the strikes have to look like they connect and they have to look like they hurt, and this is where his partner comes in.
    I noticed the same in all honesty, the match was a little sloppy and I would either put that down to ring rust on Barrett's behalf, or some almost blatant no-selling from Yoshi. Watch the strikes Barrett delivers to the rib cage of Tatsu, he doesn't even flinch, complete no sell.

    The finisher looked like it could hurt though, big fan of that.
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Torphy View Post
    I noticed the same in all honesty, the match was a little sloppy and I would either put that down to ring rust on Barrett's behalf, or some almost blatant no-selling from Yoshi. Watch the strikes Barrett delivers to the rib cage of Tatsu, he doesn't even flinch, complete no sell.

    The finisher looked like it could hurt though, big fan of that.


    I think it was ring rust and agree with tatsu no selling hated the finish though. I understand it fits with this street fight gimmick he now seems to have but they got kassius ohno who is a striker and makes them look like they hurt in nxt imo he is ready to be brought up so he needs a new finish ive always thought he should use a submission as a finish like a rear naked choke with a one arm full nelson. and i got the vibe from the promo after the match he is gonna be some kind of hired goon??

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    I've always been a fan of Barrett and he's world champion material for sure. Supposedly he was penciled in to win MITB this past year but got injured and those plans changed. I see him eventually getting his hands on the World Title, most likely next year though.

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