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That was awesome! (clap clap clapclapclap): AR Fox doesn't concern himself with stuff like gravity

Photo via <a href="">Dragon Gate USA</a>
Photo via Dragon Gate USA

If WWE had anything resembling a cruiserweight division or if TNA actually booked their X-Division with some confidence -- like they did from 2003 to 2006 -- I would absolutely love to see AR Fox on a larger scale than he is now.

With neither of those conditions being likely to be met, I'll prefer to keep my interactions with him as they are now: smaller promotions lacking the money of the bigger two but also lacking the creative walls that would keep Fox from reaching his full potential each and every night.

As an example, when Daniel Bryan first signed with Vince McMahon and company, The Wrestling Aficionado co-hosts Rodie Jon and Jon Knapik had a conversaton. Rodie wondered if "The American Dragon" would be able to wrestle in the "WWE style" to which Knapik replied Bryan was one of the best wrestlers in the world and would easily adapt. It wouldn't be hard for him to "dumb down" his moveset, basically.

And while I love Bryan in WWE, his offense on the independent scene varied differently from what AR Fox represents. This guy does stuff I have never seen before and some stuff I didn't even think was possible.

Here's one such move, the first move I ever saw from him.

I've been a fan ever since.

Oh me, oh my!

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