Today were gonna be taking a look at the Top 10 former WWE Superstars You May Have Forgotten!
I will be amazed if you actually will recognize or remember all 10 superstars listed below, make it 12 if you count the tag-team above; The Highlanders.
Do you know any more forgettable WWE superstars? Leave them in the comments below!
After that he made his televised debut attacking Chris Jericho, siding himself with Christian who was feuding with Y2J at that time. Tomko's gimmick is basically an "enforcer-for-hire" guy.
Him,Christian,and Trish Stratus would continue do be a group until Christian got legit injured. Tomko would still act as a bodyguard for Trish, even sometimes pairing them in Mixed Tag-Team Matches. When Christian returned, Tomko still remained a bodyguard for him even at one point being a bodyguard for Edge & Christian.
The group would finally split up due to the brand drafts. Tomko would then be pushed as a "monster heel" and would have a short undefeated streak on RAW, this would of course be conquered by John Cena! After that he would have a short tag-team run with Snitsky before being released.
While that may sound like a decent career, most of Tomko's run was easily forgettable. He would then continue to wrestle in Japan and TNA after departing ways with WWE.
Neely made his debut on April 2008, helping Chavo who was being attacked by Kane. Chavo and Neely would continue to do tag-team matches together but would mainly lose. He then had his singles match against Matt Hardy but loss.
After the La Familia has disbanded, Chavo & Neely tried to capture the tag-team titles from the Colon Brothers (Primo & Carlito.) While in a match against them, they had a miscommunication and Chavo slapped Neely in the face and then Neely tried to throw a punch to Chavo but avoided it. He would then receive a Backstabber from Carlito and got pinned.
After leaving Chavo Guerrero, he would have a few more matches in the ECW brand before being released. He is now currently wrestling in different indie promotions, most notably in Steel Domain Wrestling (SDW.)
Johnny "The Bull" Stamboli
He would then return in 2002 on an episode of Sunday Night Heat losing to Tommy Dreamer. After that he would win the Hardcore Championship on RAW but only held it for a few minutes before Bradshaw got it back later that night. He would then win the Hardcore title once again from Jeff Hardy but loss it seconds later to Tommy Dreamer.
Stamboli would become a main stay in Heat for the most part of his career until in 2003 when he was drafted to SmackDown he formed a stable with Nunzio and Chuck Palumbo; Full Blooded Italians (FBI.) They had a decent run, Palumbo would then be removed from the group when he was drafted to RAW.
Stamboli and Nunzio would continue to team up until in 2004 when Stamboli was released. He is now currently wrestling in different indie promotions and even on Japan. His most notable gimmick these days is Relik.
All of his matches against The Undertaker, he loss. After that feud he would face Mr. Perfect in a King of the Ring tournament match before leaving the company.
He would then return in 1997 as he would act as a bodyguard for Hunter Hearst Helmsley (Triple H) but was replaced by Chyna. Just imagine if Chyna didn't replaced Mr. Hughes, I wonder if DX would still be created! Then in 1999, he would become the bodyguard and tag-team partner for Chris Jericho.
After his tag-team run with Y2J, Mr. Hughes left WWF once again and never came back. He is now currently a trainer for different promotions in the USA.
Terkay's gimmick was obviously an MMA Fighter with Elijah Burke acting as his cornerman. He would dominate the SmackDown roster, beating jobbers here and there, he would also interfere in matches Burke was competing in.
On October 2006 he would beat the 4-Month Undefeated Streak of Vito (which isn't really something big to brag about honestly.) After that him and Burke would move to the ECW Brand.
There, Terkay's undefeated streak was crushed in a tag-team match against The Hardy Boyz. Then on December to Dismember, Terkay & Burke defeated The FBI. After that he would mainly just act as a bodyguard to Elijah Burke before being released in January 2007.
Since 2008 until today he is still wrestling in Japan, mainly in Pro Wrestling Zero1 and Inoki Genome Federation.
First he was a member of the short lived stable "The Truth Commission" where he was known as Recon. He didn't really do much and would then be re-packaged as the Big Boss Man's protege. He is now wearing the outfits similar to what The Shield used to wear.
After both of those unsuccessful runs, he would become a member of the Right to Censor stable led by Steven Richards. Again he is the least memorable member of the group but he did win the WWF Tag-Team Championship with The Godfather under this gimmick so I guess it is his best run?
When the Right to Censor disbanded he was repackaged as a "rapper" and became a tag-team partner to John Cena back when he was the "Doctor of Thuganomics." Buchanan is now known as B-2 (pronounced B-Squared.) He would mainly act as a bodyguard to Cena and would always scream "Booya!" after Cena's raps. It is terrible!
After B-2 and Cena had a misunderstanding, Cena slapped B-2 and B-2 would then shove Cena afterwards. This would start a short feud between the two and Cena would find his new partner; Redd Dogg (aka Rodney Mack.)
His last match was against Redd Dogg and B-2 was defeated. He would then be released on 2003. I thought Marty Jannety was the biggest "other guy" in the WWE but Bull Buchanan breaks that!
After retiring in American Football, Ortiz trained in OVW and would then make his debut on WWE in the ECW Brand defeating Armando Estrada. He would continue to have a mini winning streak but that was stopped until he got pinned by Jack Swagger.
He would then be drafted to SmackDown and was re-packaged as a heel. In his first match on SmackDown he loss to Jeff Hardy, then in 2007 in his last match he was squashed by The Great Khali.
He stayed in the company until 2009 but only competed in dark matches. After that he went to the indies, not exactly sure what he's up to these days.
When he came to the big leagues he first competed in house shows only, being defeated by Goldust and winning against JTG. After that he would make his televised debut on RAW when he attacked David Hart Smith who was feuding with Tyson Kidd at the time.
It was later revealed that Andrews was working for Kidd as his bodyguard. A few weeks after that, Tyson Kidd confronted Mark Henry, Andrews then came to the aid of his "boss" but he received the World's Strongest Slam. Their duo would continue for a few more weeks after Andrews was sent back to FCW. He was released in 2011.
WWE probably tried to billed Tyson Kidd and Jackson Andrews as the next HBK & Diesel but it never worked.
Well he was squashed by Big Show right on his debut. He would then face Ricky Ortiz in a singles match but loss, after that Braddock would only be seen mostly in Battle Royal type matches, but he never won any of them of course.
His last match on WWE was against Festus (accompanied by Jesse.) He won via disqualification after Jesse & Festus wrapped him up with bubble wrap and duct tape!
After that match he was sent back to FCW but was released in 2009. He would continue to wrestle in the indies and even found home in TNA for a short time.
Jesus would continue attacking John Cena for several weeks and at one point, hitting Cena with his own chains right on his kidney, Cena would be then kayfabe injured but the real thing was he began to shoot for his movie; The Marine. Which was equally bad to this guy's WWE career!
Anyway, Jesus would then challenge John Cena for the US Title in Armageddon 2004 but was defeated. After suffering an injury in a House Show, Jesus took a hiatus for surgery, the surgery was a success but his WWE contract expired already.
He would return for a one time deal in 2007, being defeated by Ron Simmons in an episode of RAW after that he was never seen in WWE again. Also is it just me or does Jesus kinda looks like Davey Boy Smith?
Anyway he would then return to Mexico and eventually go to Japan to wrestle. He also tried out MMA but failed horribly as he was defeated by Eric "Butterbean" Esch.