That's something that i was thinking about yesterday when i watch NXT, i'm i the only one that watch NXT and start evaluating everybody and where i think these guys will end up on the main roster. I mean that when i watch, let's take for exemple Roderick Strong, i don'T listen to the crowd response but how good he is in the ring and how much charisma he as and then realize that while he's a really good Wrestler, the fact that he's really can'T cut a promo to save his live will probably mean that he's going to end up either on the same level as apollo crews or in the cruiserweight division when they decide to call him up. Also when somebody gets called up and don'T necessarily get a push that fans and journalist thing he deserve, i look at how he was book on NXT before getting called up. Let'S take for example Tye dillinger. Here a guy that came up to the main roster because the 10 chant was over but he didn'T really get a push since he got called up, Fans and journalist that saw him being over in NXT we're outrage that WWE wasn't doing more with him. THen i went back i watch how his NXT run went, and i realize that it was the exact same push they gave him in NXT, the guy was super over but he's was pretty much a job guy in NXT, so why are we surprise that he gets treated like a job guy on the main roster? Really he's just doing the same thing he was doing on NXt but on a bigger stage. In the end, i think the fact that you are over in NXT mean nothing because it's easy to be over in a small pond, So you need to be able to work on the in ring and promo's skills if you want to make it on the main roster. If you're a great wrestler but have the charisma of a door nob, you won't go far when you're going to be called up and that's why a lot of the NXT guys in my opinion do fail on the Main roster, because they don'T realize that they are on the big stage now and that wrestling skill won't help you as much to get over on the main roster.