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Top 15 European Indie Wrestlers WWE Should Sign

The wrestling industry has become more of a worldwide entity than ever before with stars emerging from all over the globe. It used to be very rare for a wrestler from outside of North America to get an opportunity in WWE but times have changed. The global branding of the WWE and tours all over the world has led to the company looking to form a varied roster of performers from various backgrounds. Not only does it give foreign markets a representation but it will lead to a better product with the different styles making sure there’s depth and variety on the show.

European wrestlers are starting to breakout more than ever before. Sheamus, Paige, Wade Barrett, Neville and a few others have been representing the Euros in WWE but the independent scene has created new faces to keep an eye on. The market in the UK has specifically grown to a point where the wrestling fan base is supporting live local shows. PROGRESS Wrestling is one of the fastest rising promotions with a world of buzz right now. A few other companies like 1CW, Preston City Wrestling and Revolution Pro feature a hit list of the best United Kingdom talent today showing why they are taking over the business.

The European stars are not only getting over in the United Kingdom but are starting to become beloved by American fans. Popular independent wrestling companies in the United States such as PWG and EVOLVE are bringing in the international talent to satisfy the requests of their fan bases. WWE has started to reach out to the best talents all over the world in hopes of improving their roster and that bodes well for the stars we’ll look at today. NXT already has quite a few international superstars like Finn Balor, Hideo Itami and Samoa Joe but more will be on the way soon. These are fifteen of the best European independent wrestlers that WWE should sign in the near future.

15 15. Rampage Brown 

via newslocker.com

14 14. Martin Stone 

via snapmarenecks.com

13 13. Sha Samuels 

via catch-arena.com

12 12. Mark Haskins 

via prowrestling.wikia.com

11 11. Nikki Storm  

via profightdb.com

10 10. El Ligero 

via flickr.com

9 9. Big Damo 

via flickr.com

8 8. Doug Williams 

via twitter.com

7 7. Jimmy Havoc 

via artofwrestling.cz

6 6. Dave Mastiff 

via forum.wrestlingfigs.com

5 5. Marty Scurll 

via alchetron.com

4 4. Noam Dar 

via callingspots.com

3 3. Kay Lee Ray 

via prowrestling.wikia.com

2 2. Will Ospreay 

via pwpnation.com

1 1. Zack Sabre Jr. 

via s1.zetaboards.com

The argument could be made that Zack Sabre Jr. is the best wrestler in the world today. Sabre has been great for many years now, but the last year has seen him emerge into the premiere technical wrestler in the industry. Sabre's work is very reminiscent to Daniel Bryan’s before he signed with WWE and many believe Sabre will follow the same path. The British superstar has outstanding matches in every promotion in the UK and has entered the American wrestling scene as a top star in PWG and EVOLVE. Sabre has delivered classic matches against AJ Styles, Chris Hero and Roderick Strong in the past year. WWE is looking to add the best wrestlers in the world to the company and Sabre making the jump should be a no-brainer.

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