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This week FCW lifted its game and put on a show that could have replaced NXT or Superstars. 75% of what was offered was purely enjoyable and made me a little giddy of what the future holds. It was a fun little show. It had 3 matches that I’d deem as being good enough for WWE TV, and managed to make nine guys look like gold. If this is the future of WWE, than from …

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Here we go people with another FCW catch-up. This show features 2 FCW Title matches and a powerful debut. Not as good as last weeks show but still enjoyable. Rollins, Ambrose and Husky Harris were absent, which is a real shame as they’re the most interesting characters in FCW at the moment. With their large roster it’s understandable that they can’t have everyone appear on every show. Just a shame that they don’t recognize what …

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First off I’d just like to say hello to everyone, I’m @jaxpaperweight and from here on out I’ll be covering FCW for PINFALL Magazine. Since there is already a review here for the show on the 3rd of July, I thought I’d pick up from there and play catch-up.( Just as a note, my grades for these matches won’t be completely about quality, but also about how ready the competitors looked for the WWE. About …

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This is the first FCW show I’ve ever seen all the way through. I was surprised to see my favorite commentator William Regal in the “booth”, so that made the show instantly enjoyable. The in-ring product doesn’t stray too far from what’s on WWE TV at the moment, which is probably a testament to the workers, but a detriment to the viewer. The rigid, logic-less brawls, WWE is known for is what these guys are …

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