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WWE News: Scouting New Talent, More NXT Stars Could Hit The Main Roster
Posted by Larry Csonka on 11.23.2012

- Over the weekend, WWE's Gerald Brisco was scouting amateur wrestler Chad Hanke. Hanke is currently a senior at Oregon State, and was ranked #16 nationally going into this season. At this time he is just under 200 pounds but is looking to move up to heavyweight.

- Big E Langston, Bray Wyatt and his brother, Bo Dallas could be in line to be brought up to the main WWE roster. Earlier this week, Bray Wyatt tweeted "2 months #raw," which maybe a sign that he could be debuting in early 2013.

- It is also rumored that the tag team The Ascension, which is Conor O'Brian and Kenneth Cameron, could be called up soon. They are considered a polished act, and have been developing a move set that uses a lot of double team moves used by some classic 1980's heel teams.

Credit: Wrestling Observer Newsletter via rajah.com

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