I couldn't agree more. Kaval was one of the most talented guys on the roster. Sure he wasn't a big meat head, his mic skills weren't the greatest, but he was a solid worker.
I guess we know now why he was squashed in about 30 seconds the other night on SmackDown!
I haven't read the official reason for his release, but I'm sure it'll be something along the lines that creative had nothing for him. Isn't that their job?
I thought they could have built off his match against Dolph Ziggler last month and built up some kind of program there. I thought for sure we'd see him with a singles title of some kind in 2011.
Heck, between Kaval, Daniel Bryan, Evan Bourne, Rey Mysterio, Chavo Guerrero, Justin Gabriel, Tyson Kidd, and Yoshi Tatusi why not reestablish the Cruiserweight division. At least then we'd have a group of guys who would be facing each other and putting on matches the fans would be impressed with.
Seems like if you're not a main eventer, you're not going to get any attention. Now that Cena is done with the Nexus, I'd be worried if I was Wade Barrett and other members of that group.
Merry Christmas, Kaval. Here's your pink slip.
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