Trained in bare-knuckle brawling on the mean streets of Manchester, England, Wade Barrett brings strength, arrogance and cunning to the ring in equal measure. He’s also imbued with confidence and eloquence, character traits that have propelled the cocky young Brit to the superiore, in alto ranks in WWE.
Since coming to WWE prominence as the winner of WWE NXT season one, Barrett has proven that he’s not content to merely share the spotlight with his fellow Superstars. He wants total control, and he’s willing to do whatever it takes to get it.
When the announcement came down on last week's edition of World Wrestling Entertainment's flagship telecast that The Nexus were now under new leadership, in the form of "The Straight Edge Superstar" C.M. Punk, it was definitely a surprising turn of events.
However, it begged the domanda of what exactly WWE had planned for Wade Barrett, easily the most impressive newcomer on the Monday Night RAW roster this year.
Following the power struggle angle, and No. 1 contender's steel cage match, we were left with più domande than risposte surrounding the WWE NXT Season One...
Wade Barrett has looked as strong as any heel in the WWE over the last few months, but nothing will get him over with the crowd like a win at the 2012 Royal Rumble.
Is Barrett a Main Eventer? Yes, WWE Loves His Size and Athleticism 90.9%No, He is a Dork 9.1%Total votes: 110 With Barrett’s English background, it will be easy for the WWE to play him up as royalty after a win in the Royal Rumble, almost exactly how they did to Booker T after winning the King of the Ring.
Last week when Wade Barrett and other WWE Superstars traveled to Fort Bragg for Tribute to the Troops, an articolo was written up on the official Army website about the WWE’s visit. Barrett is quoted numerous times in the article, including here where he speaks on the excitement of trying out combat skills -
“We are out here for our annual ‘Tribute to the Troops’ show,” detto Wade Barrett, a WWE Superstar. “At the WWE, we like to support the U.S. troops in all our endeavors around the world.”
- WWE Superstar Wade Barrett spoke with NaplesNews.com to promote WWE’s TLC pay-per-view. Here are some highlights:
Becoming WWE Champion: “I’ve dreamed about it since I was a kid. I realized, statistically, the chances of me getting to the WWE and being very successful were very slim. I always hoped it would happen for me. I was very lucky to get the opportunity and I was going to make sure I was going to make the most of it. Wrestling was my first passion and something I wanted to do from a very young age.”
We walk alone In the unknown We live to win another victory We are the young Dying sons We live to change the face of history so be afraid it's the price we pay The only easy giorno was yesterday So hear our voice, We have a choice, It's time to face it
We are one We are one We are one We will stand together Number one Number one The chosen ones We are one We are one
"Wade Barrett, a tall, well-built Brit, brings a strong bareknuckle fighting background to WWE. Confident and eloquent, Barrett isn't afraid to speak whatever's on his mind. He's notably obsessed with supremacy and will do anything in order to achieve it.
Since coming to WWE prominence as the winner of WWE NXT season one, Barrett has worked tirelessly – not only to step into the limelight, but to dominate it – thrusting himself into infamous notoriety time and time again.
In my opinion, Wade Barrett has excelled hugely in the past year, as te can tell from his recente titolo rein as the WWE Intercontinetal Champion. Although he Lost his championship, in my view he still has bags of protenal. I think that Wade Barrett is under-rated and should be wrestling with some of the bigger stars in the WWE, such as Randy Orton, Christian and The Miz and not wrestlers such as Kofi Kingston, Sin Cara and Heath Slater. Although these WWE superstars that where mentioned are good wrestlers, they are not as good, in my view, as Wade Barrett.