There are a lot of very talented men and women in the world's indie wrestling scene that you really need to check out, but if you've never seen War Machine work then you're really missing out on something special.
Hanson and Raymond Rowe are two huge guys who know how to move their bodies around and tell a great story in the process. Thier match at ROH Final Battle this year against The Addiction was highly entertaining as they ended up going over Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian in the process. But War Machine is one of the top tag teams in the world for a reason and WWE certainly realized that fact.
Dave Meltzer discussed War Machine's WWE status on Wrestling Observer Radio where he said the team will hopefully end up in NXT in January after they finish up for commitments with New Japan Pro Wrestling at Wrestle Kingdom 12. Therefore the first time we'll likely be seeing War Machine in WWE is at the next set of NXT television tapings after NXT TakeOver: Philadelphia.
It's also still uncertain whether or not WWE will allow them to keep using the name War Machine, after all, Karl Anderson had to drop his "Machine Gun" moniker when he signed up with WWE, but Hanson and Rowe are expected to remain a tag team as they should be coming into NXT although both of those guys are more than ready for the main roster at this point.
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