Originally Adrian Neville in NXT action, Neville debuted on the WWE’s main roster on March 30, 2015, the day after Wrestlemania 31. After a stint as NXT Champion, Neville was well-known by a lot of the WWE universe, and fans immediately took to him.
Since then, he’s done enough to be a part of the story and even won the Slammy for Breakout Star of the Year, but a lot of fans feel he hasn’t been used well enough. Other than the Slammy, his lone achievement to this point was finishing as King of the Ring runner-up.
Here are three reasons the WWE should change that in 2016.
Like very few men in WWE history, Neville has a knack for taking flight during his matches. He takes off from a variety of points in the ring, both at the turnbuckles and from the ropes. He uses these launching points for multiple acrobatic moves.
That style resonates with fans. No matter where you’re sitting in the arena or even at home, watching someone throw themselves 10 feet in the air and come crashing back to earth is fun. On the flip side, no man can do that forever, so the time to take advantage is now.