Former WWE Trainer Speaks On Best Performer Of 2013, Who To Look For In 2014

Posted by Matt Boone December 20, 2013 1 Comment

The following are highlights of an “Against The Mat” interview with former WWE trainer Tom Prichard:

On who he felt had the best in-ring performance of 2013: “I like thinking about the newcomers, I like thinking about the guys who come from developmental, so I really have to say that for me personally, I’m gonna go with a Dean Ambrose vote just for the fact that I’m partial and I’m prejudice and all those things combined, so as far as seeing what he can do as a team, yes, but standing out on his own and having him win the United States Championship out of that team, or out of that crew, The Shield first was a major accomplishment for him and I think there’s more to come, definitely from Dean Ambrose.”

On who to watch out for in 2014: “I have my eye on Big E. Langston. Again, for personal and biased reasons. I had the advantage of seeing Big E. from the very beginning, his first tryout and watched him progress from there. I think we’ve only seen the tip of the iceberg.”

Check out the complete interview online at

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    • Undertaker316

      i think best performer goes to goldust for a guy who is in his early 40’s its amazing how good he is able to perform since returning hes performing at the rate he was performing 20 years ago. As for best performing new wrestler on the main roster its hard to pin point since there have been many good performers in my opinion.

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