1. Because none of them have really set the world on fire.Big Red Machine wrote: ↑Jan 22nd, '20, 20:501. Why are you slighting the tag teams? A lot of NXT/FCW trainees have held tag team gold. Part of the reason for that is because that's where the openings have been.
2. Charlotte, Corbin, Carmella, Enzo, Nia Jax... oh, and technically Ronda Rousey- is certainly more than "Bliss and one other person." I also think it's pretty fair to assume that Jason Jordan was on his way to singles gold before his injury, and Big Cass probably was, too, before his injury and then attitude problems.
3. I don't know what you've been reading, but Batista used to absolutely trash his time in OVW, claiming that Cornette didn't reach him much of anything because he wouldn't let him talk, and never had him have to sell or to work long matches.
Brock, too, isn't known for speaking fondly of his time in OVW.
2. I didn't think Charlotte or any of the WWE Horsewomen were strictly PC products. I thought she came pre-pc...
as for the rest, again, for one reason or another have not set the world on fire. Each one has been a different disaster. Obviously, they all have yet to finish their careers, but at this point I think we're grading on a different scale.
3. I haven't been reading anything I can cite, I've just missed the bits about people dissing OVW. I stand corrected there.
I don't know about the failures, but I still know they trained people which is more than I can say for the trainers at The PC. If WWE Network didn't exist and self promote it I wouldn't be able to name anyone that worked there.
As for the lack of space stuff, absolutely not. When your top draw holds your championship hostage because he doesn't need the job, your #2 merch salesman hasn't wrestled in a year, and your toy lines consist of 75% nostalgia while your highest rated shows rely on that same nostalgia, I'd say there's a pretty significant air bubble at the top of the card. This is one that the indy guys, no matter how much ~WE~ love them, are going to fill.
I'm just looking for this "Harvard" to produce a lawyer, and I think 7 years has been plenty of time. You might be happy with the Harvard of Wrestling Schools producing lots and lots of Legal Assistants - they're integral to any law firm - but I don't think it's an excuse for not producing any lawyers.