Why I Love Wrestling: Chris Hero

Everyone needs a Hero!

The once, and possibly future, Kassius Ohno (come on WWE, get over the body thing), Chris Hero is one of the biggest stars on the indy scene and has been for at least a decade. Originally from Dayton, Ohio, Hero debuted in 1998 after graduating from high school. He was okay at first but really started to come into his own after moving to Florida to train under Dory Funk Jr. In what would become a theme throughout his career, Hero would undergo further training as he traveled the country adding Japanese and Lucha to his repertoire.

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Why I Love Wrestling: Kyle O’Reilly

Let’s just get this out of the way, Kyle O’Reilly is a future superstar.

There is no doubt in my mind that one day Kyle will have a nation of fans tuning in every Monday night to watch him perform, IF that is what he wants. The sky is the limit with his kind of talent. He reminds me an awful lot of Daniel Bryan and that is not a comparison I make lightly. He is cut from the same cloth, an incredibly hard worker who is better than most in the ring. He has a good look in regards to WWE as well. He has future champion written all over him. The very thought of him joining NXT, and the matches he would have, and subsequently WWE, and the big time PPV matches he could have is as tantalizing as could be.

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