Awesome Ego: Same ego, but now a face, and the crowd loves the schtick.
Beware the Silly Ones: One might think that while he was wheelchair-bound, he couldn't do much damage... and yet he was perfectly capable of running over Aiden English's foot.
Big Damn Heroes: Abruptly returned after recovering from an injury to come to Big Cass' aid against the Legionnaires.
Bullying a Dragon: Does this to Mason Ryan. Just a reminder, Mason Ryan is 6'3 and 295 pounds.
Catch Phrase: So many. The winner seems to be calling his opponents S-A-W-F-T, SAAAAWFT.
"How you doin'?"
"My name is Enzo Amore, and I am a certified G, and a bonafide stud. And you can't. Teach. That. And this right here? This is Big Cass, and he's 7 foot tall. And you can't. Teach. That. Bada boom, realest guys in the room! HOW YOU DOIN'?"
Cloudcuckoolander: Not so much on the mic or in the ring, but his backstage promos with Cass occasionally run into this. In one promo, Cass takes over the speaking after a short intro by Enzo. For the rest of the promo, Enzo ponders over something Cass said before having an epiphany in the last 20 seconds and insistently trying to get Cass' attention to point out the fact that he understood the joke.
Large Ham: Oh, my GOD. It's like it's his default setting.
Limited Wardrobe: Limited, in that just about everything he wears will have leopard-print somewhere on it, as did his customised wheelchair. Hell, he's even shaved the design into his hair.
Mean Character, Nice Actor: Mean is stretching it (a lawt), but nevertheless, during the month where WWE was promoting the Susan G. Komen foundation, instead of the normal ridiculous designs shaved into the side of his head, he had the Koman ribbon on one side and their slogan (Rise) on the other.
Meaningful Name: "Amore" is Italian for "love". Given how much he talks about being a stud...
Plucky Comic Relief: Serves the role of bringing lighthearted comedy segments and hilarious promos (even comedy wrestling matches) to NXT. This role of being the humorous breather between other storylines and matches was particularly evident in NXT Takeover II.
Politically Incorrect Hero: He's pretty sexist, though it should be noted that Big Cass immediately calls him out for it and Enzo's been portrayed as an idiot every time he does something sexist.
Put on a Bus: Due to breaking his leg, though he showed up in backstage segments.
Remember the New Guy: Unlike what happened to Hideo Itami (FKA KENTA), the announcers at NXT talked at length about Prince Devitt's indy credentials without ever recognizing that he had once been known as Prince Devitt.
You Look Familiar: Former indy standout and New Japan Pro Wrestling star/top heel Prince Devitt.
Getting Crap Past the Radar: It's a slight variation of 'bless your heart', which can be a compliment, but is also a G-rated way to say 'You're a moron'.
Cute Bruiser: Emphasised, as Renee Young described her as looking like a fairy. She's also a little more modest than the typical Diva.
Early-Bird Cameo: Was appearing on NXT for as early as a year before she debuted, she appeared at live events as the girlfriend of redneck Scott Dawson and filmed a couple of promos for it, she had a stint as a ring announcer, and she's also the girl in the often-used clip of Tyler Breeze asking a girl if she wanted to take a picture, only to clarify that he meant of him as opposed to with him. She also appeared at WrestleMania 30 as part of Triple H's entrance, along with Charlotte and Sasha Banks.
Foil: To Charlotte, essentially. Both are gymnasts and their gimmicks invoke their blonde hair, but where Charlotte goes the Alpha Bitch route, Alexa is billed as the bubbly blonde. This goes down to their physiques too - Charlotte is more tall and lean compared to Alexa, who is more athletic and bigger in build (similar to Emma).
Good Is Dumb: She had a promo just before her rematch with Sasha Banks, where she said that she was sure to win because Sasha had lost even with the rest of the BFFs there to back her up, and the BFFs weren't around for the rematch... except that in the original match, Sasha flattened her, and the only reason Alexa won was because Charlotte and Summer Rae started fighting at ringside and Sasha got distracted. (She lost the rematch.)
I Have the High Ground: Can do a somersault off the top for the hell of it. Her finisher is also a 450 splash.
Catch Phrase: He likes to insult people by calling them 'Uggos'.
Character Development: Went from being a Sissy Villain who was reluctant to let his face and hair get messed up to a legitimate contender for the NXT title who had no problem getting hit in the face, but continued to focus on his looks to throw his opponents off their games.
"Do It Yourself" Theme Tune: "Sings" the lyrics to "#Mmmgorgeous", which basically amounts to Tyler talking about how really really really ridiculously good looking he is.
Groin Attack: Accidentally low-blowed Sami Zayn during their match at Takeover- Zayn launched a kick at Breeze, who threw his arms up to cover his face and accidentally hit Zayn in the groin.
Incoming Ham: He makes it a point in his entrance to turn around dramatically just as the music really gets going.
His original theme built up for 10 seconds, before the spotlights fell on Tyler as the main tune kicked in.
"#Mmmgorgeous" starts with a crowd of paparazzi calling for Tyler to look in their direction.
It's All About Me: He pretty much had a fit when he found out that the song '#selfie' by the Chainsmokers didn't have a single selfie of him in it. After starting a campaign, the Chainsmokers put one of his selfies in an updated version of the video.
Not in the Face!: Obviously his weak spot; he'd also prefer it if his hair didn't get messed up. CJ Parker made a point of targeting his face because of this, and as a a result he got better about it.
Pretty in Mink: It's become something of a Running Gag that all of his clothes are made out of the fur of extremely exotic animals.
Red Baron: The King of Cuteville, the Sire of Selfies and Prince Pretty.
Shaking Her Hair Loose: Generally starts matches with his hair in a neat bun. Once the pace of the match picks up, he stops caring about his hair, and it usually ends up in a frazzled mess.
Sissy Villain: Perhaps because of this and the general silliness of the gimmick, even though he's a heel, he still gets cheers.
As his feud with CJ Parker escalated, he started to become afraid of the guy, with stunts like running out of the ring at the bell.
You Go Girl: To a small extent. Enzo frequently underestimates her in training - only for her to get the better of him.
Colin "Big Cass" Cassady (Bill Morrissey)
Blatant Lies: He always promises Enzo that he won't post the videos of them and Carmella (which usually end with Enzo looking like an idiot). It took Enzo a while to catch on, but he got there in the end.
Expository Hairstyle Change: After her Face-Heel Turn her hair had been two-toned but became fully blonde and a little shorter. Also when she won the Women's Championship, she added extensions and always wore her hair curly.
Expy: Remarkably similar to Tamina Snuka character-wise during her 2012 push in that she uses many of her father's signature moves, taunts and Catch Phrase. Not to mention they both started their careers in developmental a bit later than most Diva prospects.
Hey, It's That Guy!: Appeared at Wrestlemania 30 as one of the three women accompanying Triple H (the others being Alexa Bliss and Sasha Banks).
Kick the Dog: When she turned on Bayley and joined the BFFs.
Meaningful Name: She was billed from Charlotte, North Carolina, though that was recently changed to 'The Queen's City'. Charlotte is the feminine form of Charles, which means royalty (and Charlotte, North Carolina was named after a queen consort).
Parts Unknown: From the Queen's City (aka Charlotte, North Carolina).
Pet the Dog: Upon winning the NXT Woman's Championship, she thanks Natalya profusely.
She also seems to have softened her outlook on Bayley recently.
Rearrange the Song: Her "Recognition" theme incorporates a similar guitar riff to her original theme song, and the iconic tune of her father's theme song.
She-Fu: As a former gymnast, a lot of cartwheels and handsprings are in her matches.
Waif-Fu: Inverted. She is normally the larger opponent yet she uses this type of wrestling. What do you expect from a former gymnast?
Wild Card: The resident tweener of the NXT women's division, at least since winning the title. She can easily feud with either heels or faces and can play either the heel or face in a particular situation without undergoing any real change in her character or personality.
Worthy Opponent: Acknowledged Bayley as such after defending the title against her. When Bayley asked for another shot, Charlotte granted it and sincerely said "good luck, kid".
Maybe Magic, Maybe Mundane: It's been hinted that he's not actually human (having called himself a 'different breed' and alluding to 'my kind' in a promo), but there's no concrete evidence either way. Given the wolf motif, some fans think that he may be a werewolf.
The Quiet One: He doesn't talk a lot- he walks in, does his match, and usually leaves straight afterwards without so much as saying a single word.
Squash Match: Every one of his matches have lasted less than a minute since he returned at Takeover 2 and he's won them all. It got lampshaded on the 10/30/14 episode, when the audience counted how long the match lasted.
Two First Names: Possibly. 'Corbin' can be both a first name and a last name, and it's not clear which it is in this case.
Solomon Crowe (Sam Johnston)
Put on a Bus: He debuted the hacker gimmick at a live show... and that's all we heard from him (officially) for months, though he wrestles a lot of dark matches and house shows.
What Happened to the Mouse?: Signed to NXT, trained, debuted a malicious hacker gimmick that looked to be going somewhere... then promptly disappeared. Fans on social media are still asking questions (though it should be noted that he keeps an active social media presence and was hinting at a debut for months).
You Look Familiar: Sami Callihan from Combat Zone Wrestling and a handful of other indy promotions.
House Husband: Dawson had to become the "man of the house" at a young age.
Aiden English (Matt Rehwoldt)
Awesome Anachronistic Apparel: With his moustache and his plain brown tights with built-in muscle belt, he looks like an old-fashioned vaudeville strongman. In June 2014, humorously and appropriately enough, he ended up tag-teaming with Simon Gotch, a vaudeville strongman wrestler, and their promos and entrance are done in the style of old black and white films. To top it all off, their tag team is called the Vaudevillains.
Expy: A large, young man raised in rural America that was a multiple-time collegiate wrestling award winner, recruited by Jim Ross out of college and has the real name of "Jacob"? Sounds a bit like Jack Swagger.
Non-Indicative Name: His tag team is called the Vaudevillains, but so far they haven't really done anything heelish (excepting English kicking the shit out of Big Cass because he's a sore loser). Gotch by himself seems to be just an eccentric guy who isn't one for taking things too seriously.
Tweener: Maybe. His face turn wasn't really marked by any particular change in character; the only difference was that instead of picking a fight with Rollins (a face at that time), he was picking fights with the Wyatt Family. Likewise, his heel turn after that was marked principally by attacking his tag team partner at the time.
Badass: During his introduction at Takeover 2, was interrupted by The Ascension, who earlier that night had lost their Tag Titles. He ended up taking them both out- while wearing formal clothes, including a tie.
Determinator: Has been booked like this; most of his early matches and combat encounters have seen Itami start out getting knocked around quite a bit but refusing to stay down.
Forced to Watch: On NXT, as his friend Funaki (yes, that Funaki) promised to come to his aid against the Ascension. The following episode ended with Itami tied in the ropes as Konnor and Viktor proceeded to beat Funaki senseless.
Reality Ensues: Repeatedly taking on the Ascension by himself did not work out in his favour, because while Itami's very skilled, it was still two vs one. He eventually wised up and brought Finn Bálor to help him.
You Look Familiar: Formerly known as KENTA, but this trope is averted, as he was introduced as KENTA and said he would be changing his ring name to Hideo Itami in tribute to one of his heroes, to mark his new beginning in WWE.
Arch-Enemy: The Usos, when he was in a tag team with Kenneth Cameron in 2012.
Characterization Marches On: From a guy with a rather comical affinity for rats (based on his face looking similar to them) to something more akin to a rat-humanoid demon warrior under the Ascension gimmick.
The Ascension stable themselves underwent this about a month or two into the team's formation at FCW. Originally they were clients of Ricardo Rodriguez's father's talent agency (Ricardo would claim that Alberto Del Rio was this as well), before ditching Rodriguez and being repackaged into demons.
Except Konnor and his new partner Viktor would explain in a WWE.com article interview that they're not demons or supernatural creatures, just guys with a certain philosophical understanding of what it takes to dominate in the ring.
Four Is Death: The Ascension stable in the beginning of the darkness gimmick with O'Brian, Kenneth Cameron, Tito Colon (now Epico), and Raquel Diaz (also known as Eddie and Vickie's daughter Shaul Guerrero).
Red Baron: The Ascension name became this for him after Kenneth Cameron was released for an incident with the police, leaving him on his own.
Cameron had done this first- back when O'Brian was injured, Epico had been called up to team with Hunico and Primo, and Raquel Diaz went her own way. This lasted until Conor returned and they became a tag team.
Jerk Ass: After losing the Hair vs Hair match to Enzo Amore, he ran off and let Marcus Louis get the penalty instead.
He also tried to justify the above by saying that since Louis accepted the challenge to the match on Lefort's behalf, it was fair that Louis got the penalty when he hadn't competed in the match, and had tried to intervene on Lefort's behalf. The commentators rightly pointed out that if he'd really felt that way, he could have just not shown up to the match, or officially refused the challenge.
Too Dumb to Live: Lampshaded by Renee: He came to the Takeover 2 fallout to challenge a triumphant Enzo Amore and Big Cass to a tag team match in response to their humiliation of Marcus Louis... by himself. To his credit, he very quickly realised his mistake (and managed to escape before they could actually attack him).
Marcus Louis (Pierre Marceau)
Ax-Crazy: In his match against Lefort, Louis seemed to have lost his mind, beating the hell out of Lefort while repeatedly screaming 'You did this to me!' A later promo shows that he's become a mental wreck as a result of losing his hair and being repeatedly publicly humiliated for it.
The Big Guy: According to his official bio, he's a former rugby player, he was a riot police officer and he also worked in a psychiatric institution.
Butt Monkey: He accompanied Lefort to the Hair vs Hair match, which Lefort lost. However, Lefort ran away, and Enzo and Big Cass decided to give Louis the penalty instead (whether it was for trying to interfere with the match or because he was the closest thing they had to Lefort is unknown). He's now completely bald and has become the butt of many jokes.
With Friends Like These...: He kept teaming with Lefort for a couple of weeks after Takeover 2, even though Lefort ran away and left Louis to take the penalty for him. It ended after Lefort knocked Louis' wig off in the middle of a tag match, and Louis beat the hell out of him.
Becky Lynch (Rebecca Quin)
The Artifact: An Irish last name like Lynch fit when she was doing her Oireland gimmick. Now, though, it doesn't really seem to match that of a moshpit girl.
Composite Character: As a face, she had elements of Sasha Banks and Charlotte when they were first faces: Like Sasha, she was a face who lost a lot of matches, got corrupted by a heel who used the loss record as a lever, and turned heel by attacking an unsuspecting person after a match. And like Charlotte, she was friends with Bayley, got an offer from the BFFs (well, former BFF in Becky's case) and attacked Bayley as her way of joining them.
Early-Bird Cameo: She'd been appearing regularly on NXT as one of Adam Rose's Rosebuds for months before her debut.
Face-Heel Turn: Sasha Banks convinced her to turn heel, which Becky did by attacking Bayley after seemingly coming to her aid.
Fiery Redhead: Though it is dyed to emphasize her nationality (she's naturally blonde).
Putting the Band Back Together: As Rebecca Knox, she was the manager of the Knight Dynasty (aka Saraya and Britani Knight, the latter of whom is now known as Paige). Since Becky debuted, many fans have been calling for her and Paige to team up.
Pet the Dog: When Sami declared that he'd quit if he couldn't beat Neville at Takeover 3, Neville seemed genuinely disturbed, insisting that Sami didn't need to prove anything and that he didn't need to end his career over not becoming the champion. It didn't work.
Take That: Told Zayn to his face that everyone knows that despite his good in-ring skills, he's incapable of actually winning important matches.
Tweener: Has revealed himself as being a bit too pragmatic to be a pure babyface (although some would argue he's better off for it)... but still manages to come off as a decent guy next to the extreme vanity of Tyler Breeze and the dickery of Tyson Kidd, who's a blatant Jerkass even to his own wife.
What the Hell, Hero?: Infamously screwed Zayn over to retain his title at Takeover 2, a move that turned a lot of fans against him.
Wounded Gazelle Gambit: Pulled one in a match with Zayn when he did a Red Arrow onto Zayn, who moved just in time. Neville injured his knee, and used said injury to take Zayn by surprise, rolling him up for the win.
Be Careful What You Wish For: He interrupted the Takeover 2 pre-show panel, demanding a match. Regal took this surprisingly well, granted the match without delay and gave Parker one condition: he wouldn't know who the match was against beforehand. Parker didn't care, but unfortunately for him, he should have been a tad more suspicious, because as it turned out, Regal was feeling quite vindictive: the match was against Baron Corbin, who squashed Parker like an ant.
Berserk Button: It turns out he really didn't appreciate having his hair cut by Tyler Breeze, as in their next meeting he was out for blood.
Dreadlock Warrior: Though he's a pretty easy-going guy... at least, until Tyler Breeze messed with his dreadlocks. He also became angry and vicious after turning eco-warrior, as noted below.
Action Girl: Averted for now. She has appeared exclusively as a backstage interviewer. But she has wrestled on live events and said in an interview that her goal was to become a wrestler - so time will tell.
Badass Beard: He had one in 2011, but he shaved it off a few months later.
Grew one back again during his time off with injury in 2012-2013.
Beard of Evil: He's been a heel almost the whole time and now he's with the Ascension.
Dark Is Evil: His developmental character has got increasingly darker over time, and his injured period did not stall this. Since returning, he teamed up with Conor O'Brian at NXT live events and appeared stoically at the end of one of Conor's matches on the Full Sail show itself. And since July 2013, he's officially Conor's new teammate in the Ascension. By November they've won the tag team titles and now their names have been made shorter and modified through Xtreme Kool Letterz to actually fit the gimmick.