5 ex-WWE wrestlers used well by TNA
Total Nonstop Action Wrestling, or popularly known as TNA, has been in existence for over 12 years, a feat that most thought would be impossible. The company has played second fiddle to the giant in the business, WWE right from its inception. However, TNA has a fan base which has been growing over the years, and the company has its stars to thank for, for this to happen.TNA has featured many popular wrestlers from around the world, including some from WWE. In fact, many of the storylines have been based around these stars, and they have also taken part in quite a few PPV’s. It is talent and hard work that matter the most, and these superstars have been successful in TNA because of their determination to succeed. Let us now look at 5 ex-WWE Superstars who have been used well by TNA.
#5 Mr Anderson
Mr Anderson wrestled as Mr Kennedy in WWE, and started working for the promotion in 2005. He had many great matches with legends like the late Eddie Guerrero and the Undertaker. In WWE, he was a one-time United States Champion, and the winner of the Money in the Bank Ladder Match at Wrestlemania 23. He was released from the company in 2009.
Mr Anderson made his debut for TNA in 2010 at the Genesis PPV as a heel, and immediately made an impact with his arrival in the company. He has had many great feuds and rivalries with wrestlers like Jeff Hardy, the Sting and Matt Morgan. He has been a two time TNA World Heavyweight Champion, and headlined many PPV’s for the company. His stay at TNA has undoubtedly been more successful for him than his tenure at WWE, and he still continues to thrill fans with his antics in the ring.