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      WWE Network To Premiere New FCW Documentary this SUNDAY!


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      The WWE Network will premiere a new documentary on Florida Championship Wrestling on Sunday, March 8 at 10am ET. The special will replay following the 2020 WWE Elimination Chamber pay-per-view that same night.

      "Future of WWE: The Story of FCW" will take a look at the WWE developmental territory that eventually became WWE NXT.

      FCW ran from October 2007 - August 2012 and had a weekly TV series on The Brighthouse Network. Steve Keirn ran the promotion with help from WWE Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes. The promotion introduced several top Superstars of today, including Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, SmackDown Tag Team Champion Big E, Dean Ambrose, Sheamus, Rusev, Bo Dallas, WWE Hall of Famers the Bella Twins, Rosa Mendes, Tyler Breeze and many others.

      The new FCW documentary on the WWE Network will reportedly feature new interviews with FCW alumni and coaches, along with behind-the-scenes, never-before-seen footage.

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      via "the FCW generation" on WWE.com

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      I know this is corny but I AM SO HAPPY :shook: I am literally one of the biggest FCW stans, not only because Rosa Mendes actually shined and got to win matches there, but because so many girls developed there and we got such cute matches:shook: I hope they finally release it on the WWE Network in HD. I am honestly so shocked they didn't snub Rosa, she deserves this :shook: this is my hall of fame moment for her :shook: 

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      10 hours ago, Twisted Bliss said:

      We got Rosa instead, Aj can sit this one out for once.

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      Just feels odd to use Rosa of all people. Bellas made sense as we see their journey from developmental girls in FCW to getting inducted to the WWE Hall of Fame. It just would've made more sense to use AJ(who was the Queen of FCW and FCW Divas champion) or Naomi(who was the first ever FCW Divas champion). People who parlayed a successful run in FCW to successful runs on the main roster. 

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      57 minutes ago, gl83 said:

      Just feels odd to use Rosa of all people. Bellas made sense as we see their journey from developmental girls in FCW to getting inducted to the WWE Hall of Fame. It just would've made more sense to use AJ(who was the Queen of FCW and FCW Divas champion) or Naomi(who was the first ever FCW Divas champion). People who parlayed a successful run in FCW to successful runs on the main roster. 

      can you please explain what is odd about Rosa being included? this is the one thing you guys cannot take from her, she literally wrestled in OVW until the end, was there for the transition into FCW, apart of the first queen of fcw tournament (attacked the winner), and actually appeared on the show regularly/had storylines until she won the tiara...

      you're clearly mad and sweating because aj was left out, maybe u can catch a clip of rosa giving her a suplex in training!

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      1 hour ago, gl83 said:

      Just feels odd to use Rosa of all people. Bellas made sense as we see their journey from developmental girls in FCW to getting inducted to the WWE Hall of Fame. It just would've made more sense to use AJ(who was the Queen of FCW and FCW Divas champion) or Naomi(who was the first ever FCW Divas champion). People who parlayed a successful run in FCW to successful runs on the main roster. 

      Most of Rosa’s success happened in FCW though, and considering the ghetto mess that was Naomi’s gimmick we should all forget it existed. We should also just celebrate new women of the past being highlighted over the same 6 Wwe claim yearly. :trickie:

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