Ricochet has worked hard his entire life to get to where he is. Now that he finally appeared at NXT TakeOver: Philadelphia it put a lot of speculation to rest about where he would be going. Although it might disappoint some fans that Ricochet is being called Trevor “Ricochet” Mann in WWE’s developmental territory, it will still be a great place for him to grow even more as an entertainer.

There are some big things in store for Mann and he’s taking this opportunity very seriously. Fans of the amazing pro wrestler have often worried how WWE might use someone like him, and it looks like those doubts will soon be answered. But if the quality of TakeOver was any indication of things, it looks like he’s in great hands.

As soon as he showed up on the screen, plenty of people all over the world marked out. This is a natural reaction when they see someone like him and know what he is capable of. After all, just imagine NXT TakeOver: New Orleans featuring Ricochet in a prominent position on the card.

Ricochet posted about his NXT debut via Instagram following the show where he said, “proof that through #HardWork, anything is possible. Thank you to all the fans there and around the world that made this possible. This is for you! I’ve arrived”

If he is doing this for his fans then we can only imagine what kind of amazing things to expect from him as his career continues. After all, he’s been a bright star in the world’s indie wrestling scene for far too long and it looks like he’s about to get a major and well-deserved spotlight on him.

Big things are coming to NXT so if you haven’t watched WWE’s developmental territory closely before, now would be an excellent time to start.

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Aaron Varble hasn’t just been writing for more than a decade in various formats including sketch comedy, stand up, television, radio, and other various projects; nor is he just another professional wrestling fan with a master's degree in journalism and Tourette’s syndrome. He's always looking to explore the why not with the why and the how come along with the how. Follow on Twitter @TheVarble