Almost every tag-team in professional wrestling has in someway splits up. And when they do split up,one of the guys in the team become successful and be remembered while the other one well...flopped and never got close to superstardom like there partner.
Today we take a look at unfortunate men who failed to become a top guy after splitting up with there tag-team partners. They really can't do it alone!
So for this blog were gonna do something a little different,we ain't counting down anything but more on examining or reviewing all the superstar releases on 2014.
We will see if it was really worth it of releasing them or if they should have stayed in the company.
Let's get this rolling!
Sometimes when your parents are successful in something it's hard to follow there footsteps,it certainly is for these following superstars.
There have been a lot of successful 2nd and 3rd gen wrestlers like Randy Orton,Roman Reigns,Bray Wyatt,etc.
But today we look at the unlucky ones who didn't lived up the feat of success of there fathers.
Better luck next time fellas!
There have been many great British wrestlers in the past decades in the world of professional wrestling,but now we count them all down to 10!
But before we start off,here are some honorable mentions:
Mark "Rollerball" Rocco
For those who don't know,WWE has it's Celebrity Wing Hall of Fame wherein they induct Celebrities who have participated in WWE somehow and someway.
Today were ranking every Celebrity inductee there is from worst to best!
There are A LOT of wrestling legends who are overdued for induction in WWE's Hall of Fame,but today we count them all down to 10.
Also WWE's actual Hall of Fame building has been overdued as well.
Speaking of Hall of Fame,I also have my own one but it's more like a "tribute" site to the legends who paved the way for the wrestlers of today! Check out Masto Wrestling Hall of Fame
WWE always comes up with odd and ridiculous gimmicks,some of them flop but some surprisingly become successful and loved by the fans!
Most of the time it's because of the wrestlers who were playing the gimmick very well that the fans are attached to them and would love to see more.
Here we look at the 10 odd gimmicks but turned out to be successful in WWE's history.
So there are rumors flying around about The Undertaker having a match for WrestleMania 31. To be honest,I think when Lesnar broke his streak at WM 30 I thought he would retire by then but I guess WWE would want to have Taker a much better "retirement match."
So I've gathered around 5 possible opponents for The Phenom at the upcoming WrestleMania.
The bad thing though is Taker isn't like what he used to be,his too old and can't keep up too much with the guys nowadays but let's just hope everything goes well for him.
Quick Note: You're seeing right now that I've posted this blog on Dec. 19 but it's already Dec. 20 to me,that's because weebly is following USA timezone,I'll fix that later!
On our very first countdown list ever,we take a look back at some of the WORST gimmicks ever in the history of professional wrestling!
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Thanks and let the countdown begin!
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