History Trivia / LowKi

11th Jul '15 6:40:50 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* CareerResurrection: His reacquisition of the X Division title after being convinced to not retire and return to TNA.
27th Sep '14 3:55:00 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* MoneyDearBoy: According to a podcast, he confirms his {{WWE}} run as this.

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* MoneyDearBoy: According to a podcast, he confirms his {{WWE}} Wrestling/{{WWE}} run as this.
6th Sep '14 1:57:05 PM Dragon-Kid
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* FanNickname: The belt bitch, during his time in Laycool. The trio was sometimes called Layvacool.

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* FanNickname: The belt bitch, during his time in Laycool. ''Wrestling/LayCool''. The trio was sometimes called Layvacool.Layvacool.
* MoneyDearBoy: According to a podcast, he confirms his {{WWE}} run as this.



*** He was actually fired and was forced to say he asked for his release. Guys who were with him at that time such as MVP (who was released around the same time) came to his defense in interviews and said WWE creative refused to do anything with him or had anything for him and told him to say he asked for it and that he was also at his best behavior at that time. WWE has done similar to Wrestling/JimRoss, [[ButtMonkey both before and after the Kaval incident.]]

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*** He was actually fired and was forced to say he asked for his release. Guys who were with him at that time such as MVP (who was released around the same time) came to his defense in interviews and said WWE creative refused to do anything with him or had anything for him and told him to say he asked for it and that he was also at his best behavior at that time. WWE has done similar to Wrestling/JimRoss, [[ButtMonkey both before and after the Kaval incident.]]incident]].
28th Jun '14 9:04:20 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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*** He was actually fired and was forced to say he asked for his release. Guys who were with him at that time such as MVP (who was released around the same time) came to his defense in interviews and said WWE creative refused to do anything with him or had anything for him and told him to say he asked for it and that he was also at his best behavior at that time. WWE has done similar to Jim Ross, [[ButtMonkey both before and after the Kaval incident.]]

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*** He was actually fired and was forced to say he asked for his release. Guys who were with him at that time such as MVP (who was released around the same time) came to his defense in interviews and said WWE creative refused to do anything with him or had anything for him and told him to say he asked for it and that he was also at his best behavior at that time. WWE has done similar to Jim Ross, Wrestling/JimRoss, [[ButtMonkey both before and after the Kaval incident.]]
28th May '14 6:51:55 AM Cieloazul
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: His WWE run as Kaval was a whole mess of what could have beens the minute he won NXT Season 2. First and foremost, the Genesis of [=McGillicutty=] was probably going to be the angle that got Kaval (even more)over with the crowd, as he could have dominated them or played a large hand in taking them down. Or at least in theory, but the debut was so botched that the angle scrapped before it even began. With no story for him, Kaval was functioning as a jobber for ''three months straight'', until he just got fed up with it and asked for his release.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: His WWE run as Kaval was a whole mess of what could have beens been from the minute he won NXT Season 2. First and foremost, the Genesis of [=McGillicutty=] was probably going to be the angle that got Kaval (even more)over more) over with the crowd, as he could have dominated them or played a large hand in taking them down. Or at least in theory, but the debut was so botched that the angle was scrapped before it even began. With no story for him, Kaval was functioning as a jobber for ''three months straight'', until he just got fed up with it and asked for his release.



*** He was actually fired and was forced to say he asked for his release. Guys who were with him at that time such as MVP (Who was released around the same time) came to his defense in interviews and said WWE creative refused to do anything with him or had anything for him and told him to say he asked for it and that he was also at his best behavior at that time. WWE has done similar to Jim Ross, [[ButtMonkey both before and after the Kaval incident.]]

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*** He was actually fired and was forced to say he asked for his release. Guys who were with him at that time such as MVP (Who (who was released around the same time) came to his defense in interviews and said WWE creative refused to do anything with him or had anything for him and told him to say he asked for it and that he was also at his best behavior at that time. WWE has done similar to Jim Ross, [[ButtMonkey both before and after the Kaval incident.]]
28th Apr '14 3:16:44 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* FanNickname: The belt bitch, during his time in Laycool. The trio was sometimes called Layvacool.
27th Apr '14 9:35:01 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: His WWE run as Kaval was a whole mess of what could have beens the minute he won NXT Season 2. First and foremost, the Genesis of [=McGillicutty=] was probably going to be the angle that got Kaval over with the crowd, as he could have dominated them or played a large hand in taking them down. Or at least in theory, but the debut was so botched that the angle scrapped before it even began. With no story for him, Kaval was functioning as a jobber for ''three months straight'', until he just got fed up with it and asked for his release.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: His WWE run as Kaval was a whole mess of what could have beens the minute he won NXT Season 2. First and foremost, the Genesis of [=McGillicutty=] was probably going to be the angle that got Kaval over (even more)over with the crowd, as he could have dominated them or played a large hand in taking them down. Or at least in theory, but the debut was so botched that the angle scrapped before it even began. With no story for him, Kaval was functioning as a jobber for ''three months straight'', until he just got fed up with it and asked for his release.
5th Jan '14 1:48:00 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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*** To be fair, he has in the past screwed himself out of championship opportunities and main event matches due to a noted lack of patience.

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*** To be fair, he has in the past screwed himself out of championship opportunities and main event matches due to a noted lack of patience. Even though he was forced out of WWE that was not immediately known to the public.
12th Nov '13 4:05:46 PM Cider
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Like Daniel Puder before him, only without the obvious incident to explain what the stick did not like about him. Long story short, he was not the [=McMahon=]'s choice to win NXT but according to fan votes carried him to the end despite being booked as a comedic punching bag with the worst win loss record of the rookies Kaval. After his loser joke status was taken further and WWE went so far as to mock the fans that voted for him, even after he had left the company since "they had nothing for him."

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Like Daniel Puder before him, only without the obvious incident to explain what the stick did not like about him. Long story short, he was not the [=McMahon=]'s choice to win NXT but according to fan votes carried him to the end despite being booked as a comedic punching bag with the worst win loss record of the rookies as Kaval. After this his loser joke status was taken further and WWE went so far as to mock the fans that voted for him, even after he had left the company since "they had nothing for him."



*** He was actually fired and was forced to say he asked for his release. Guys who were with him at that time such as MVP (Who was released around the same time) came to his defense in interviews and said WWE creative refused to do anything with him or had anything for him and told him to say he asked for it and that he was also at his best behavior at that time.

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*** He was actually fired and was forced to say he asked for his release. Guys who were with him at that time such as MVP (Who was released around the same time) came to his defense in interviews and said WWE creative refused to do anything with him or had anything for him and told him to say he asked for it and that he was also at his best behavior at that time. WWE has done similar to Jim Ross, [[ButtMonkey both before and after the Kaval incident.]]
21st Oct '13 10:21:14 AM TheMysteriousTroper
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Like Daniel Puder before him, only without the obvious incident to explain what the stick did not like about him. Long story short, he was not the McMahon's choice to win NXT but according to fan votes carried him to the end despite being booked as a comedic punching bag with the worst win loss record of the rookies Kaval. After his loser joke status was taken further and WWE went so far as to mock the fans that voted for him, even after he had left the company since "they had nothing for him."

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Like Daniel Puder before him, only without the obvious incident to explain what the stick did not like about him. Long story short, he was not the McMahon's [=McMahon=]'s choice to win NXT but according to fan votes carried him to the end despite being booked as a comedic punching bag with the worst win loss record of the rookies Kaval. After his loser joke status was taken further and WWE went so far as to mock the fans that voted for him, even after he had left the company since "they had nothing for him."
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