Kevin Owens is the next big thing in the WWE

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WWE NXT is doing wonders for the entire sports entertainment industry. It is a factory that produces quality output time and time again.

With NXT in existence, the future of WWE is in safe hands. One of NXT’s great finds is the Canadian-born superstar, Kevin Owens.

Born star

The man impresses everyone with his bold style and attitude. Owens, the former NXT champion, started his main roster career against the future Hall of Famer, John Cena.


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An unforgettable debut for the 31-year-old showed how big a powerhouse he is.

Every move Owens performed showed the hard work this man has gone through. From high-risk maneuvers to the powerful Pop-Up power bomb, he is the complete package; super kicks, terrifying counters and much more make Kevin Owens a true fighter.

The attitude Owens carries is truly remarkable. Fearless in nature, he loves to tear his opponents apart.

Deservingly the intercontinental champion, Kevin is the kind of heel a person would love to hate. He respects no one despite the greatness of the superstar.

He behaves the way he wants, his first feud with John Cena along with his disrespect to the U.S title shows how audacious this guy is.

The future

Confident in every step, Owens has all the potential to become the poster boy of WWE.

Respect no-one and disrespect everyone, the perfect bad guy has his sight set on each and every prize up for grab.

There are shades of legendary Stone Cold Steve Austin, certainly. His ability to get the result, by hook or by crook makes him a dangerous guy to deal with.

He is the future and the next big thing in sports entertainment.


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