Intercontinental champion Wade Barrett has declared that fellow British pair Paige and Adrian Neville can go to the very top in WWE.
Barrett's comments came immediately following Monday Night Raw from London's 02 Arena, prior to a post-show segment involving the Preston-born star, Triple H, Stephanie McMahon and Adam Rose.
And it was 21-year-old Divas' champion Paige who Barrett reserved special praise for when he addressed the 15,000+ crowd.
He said: "She's only 21 now and already wrestles like she's much older. She's only going to get better.
"We're lucky to have her and the fact she's the youngest Divas' champion in history is something to be celebrated."
Barrett also sang the praises of current NXT star Adrian Neville - formerly known as Pac on the independent circuit - who is a renowned aerial specialist.
"He's not on the main roster yet, but he's the NXT champion for a reason. It's a matter of time until he makes it onto the main stage.
"Anybody who hasn't seen him compete, check him out, and get ready for when he does crack the WWE roster.
"He's one of the best high-flyers I've ever seen anywhere in the world, and he's British."
Neville - real name Benjamin Satterly - is from Newcastle, and signed a contract with WWE in July 2012.
At 5''10 and under 200 lbs, the 'Red Arrow' is undersized by the Stamford group's usual elite standards, but his dazzling aerial prowess - if allowed to flourish - is something that separates him from the crowd.
Despite Barrett's kind words, Neville could face an uphill battle to reach the very top in the company, due to their historic preference of bodybuilder types, who wrestle the 'WWE way.'
A watered-down version of Neville would be a waste of great talent.
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