#2. AEW Star Q.T. Marshall
AEW Star Q.T. Marshall kicked off his wrestling career nearly 15 years ago. Throughout his long wrestling career, he made a few appearances in WWE.
In August 2013, Marshall appeared for the first time on NXT. He faced Aiden English but lost the match. Nearly five months later, he teamed up with John Icarino to take on The Ascension. Again, Marshall and his partner suffered defeat.
In January 2016, the 36-year-old made his third appearance on NXT. This time, he faced Baron Corbin but again failed to score a victory. Marshall's last WWE appearance came a year later when he teamed up with Jonathan Ortagun to face Heavy Machinery. Marshall tasted his fourth defeat in WWE.
Two years following his last WWE appearance, Marshall joined AEW. He made his AEW in-ring debut in October 2019. He teamed up with Peter Avalon against Dustin Rhodes and Sonny Kiss on Dark but came up short.
Q.T. Marshall recently lost another bout against Paul Wight, who made his AEW in-ring debut at the All Out pay-per-view.