10 forgotten WWE Superstars of the Last Decade: Part 1
Arguably, WWE deals with a larger roster than any other professional wrestling promotion. Since it’s beginning, many superstars came to work here, some succeed, many fail. Here in this feature, we shall talk about 10 WWE superstars who came in quest for success in the biggest professional wrestling promotion, but couldn’t, neither they succeeded in other promotions.
Eugene : Nick Dinsmore aka Eugene debuted in WWE in a different type of gimmick. A crazy nephew of Eric Bischoff and the biggest fan of Triple H. His feud with Triple H in the same year and his match against Triple H made the fans think that WWE is planning a bigger platform for him. He won the tag team championship with William Regal in November 15, 2004. But as days passed, his shadow faded and he was released from his WWE contract in September 1, 2007. Zach Gowen : The poor little fellow lost his left leg at the age of eight due to amputation. Still, he was such a bold an inspirational man that he chose to become a professional wrestler. His WWE career did not last long due to an injury he drew and he was released in February 4, 2004, but in the small amount of time, he took a pretty inspirational role among lots of fans. He had a descent feud with Vince McMahon. He currently works in Juggalo Championship Wrestling. Muhammad Hassan : The man could not continue his wrestling career because of his controversial gimmick but nobody can deny the fact the he was a really talented wrestler. Hassan was scheduled to defeat Batista for the World Heavyweight championship but as he was forced to release from his contract in August 21, 2005, he took retire from professional wrestling. Currently, he is a recruiter on the Independent Wrestling Circuit.
Jon Heidenreich : The 6 foot 9 inches tall man looked pretty promising when his first major feud came against the Undertaker. He was managed by Paul Heyman. After he lost the feud to the Undertaker, he had a short feud with Booker T and turned face. He became the tag team champion with the Road Warrior Animal. He was going well but we all know WWE don’t keep all the wrestlers for a long time. He was released in January 17, 2006.
Mike Knox : Mike Knox made his unofficial WWE debut in 2005 as a masked Jihadist for Muhammad Hassan. He officially came to compete in WWE in 2006. He was a heel throughout his WWE career. PWI ranked him 87 in PWI 500 in 2009. He had good professional wrestling ability but WWE did not give him enough chances and he was released in April 23, 2010.
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