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Now even though the WWE has had a developmental territory since the late 1990's they have always had a n issues with knowing how to use the territory properly and best find new talent. There was a golden period for the territory and that is when Randy Orton, Batista, and John Cena all arrived on the main roster at the same time. But other than that it has either been hit or miss which has really hurt the WWE and their ability to develop new stars.
Since the start of NXT we have seen a good number of talented superstars arrive on the main roster, but once again in most cases they have been hit or miss. This is why I have decided to look at some talent who left WWE for one reason or another and how their careers went once they left the company. The first name on the list of stars is the man formerly known as CJ Parker and now known as Juice Robinson with New Japan.
Since his arrival in New Japan we have seen the quality of his matches improve and bring the questions up that makes us wonder about greener pastures or wondering if CJ needed to move. At the time that CJ left the WWE he had been with the company for four years which is a long time to be working in the developmental of a company. In my opinion the man now known as Juice has been really hitting his stride and maybe got the ability to start over in a new company and begin fresh. Also from what I am hearing CJ is in line for a push within the next year as he seems to be catching on in Japan.