Five TNA superstars who can jump ships to WWE
Ge them back already!Of late, it seems as though WWE have changed their policy of making their own superstars, instead of going after the reputed “indy darlings”. Superstars such as Finn Balor, Samoa Joe, Sami Zayn, Kevin Owens and now, the likes of Apollo Crews and James Storm point to the magnitude of this transition. Earlier, WWE were skeptical in bringing in those who had traveled all over the world and honed their craft, and the last of those casualties was Chris Hero.With WWE’s idea of creating a prototypical superstar, starting from scratch now changing, thanks to Triple H and his vision for NXT, WWE has been bringing superstars from Japan, and very recently, TNA Wrestling. Samoa Joe and James Storm, who were the TNA mainstays for several years decided to jump ships to NXT, and the fans have welcomed them with open arms.With TNA going through a rough financial situation, and their TV deal still remaining an uncertainty, the migration of these superstars hasn’t come as a surprise. However, there are talented individuals in TNA, and with WWE now being more open to signing the superstars from other companies, we look at the possibility of five superstars from TNA who can jump ships to the WWE in the near future.
#5 Ethan Carter III
WWE, much like any organization sometimes is guilty of complacency, and in turn doesn’t utilize a superstar to his/her full potential.
While, in the past, superstars such as Shelton Benjamin got the short end of the stick, there are two superstars in the past that showed potential, but weren’t given many opportunities. Both those superstars now work for TNA – Ethan Carter III and Drew Galloway, with the former being a one-time TNA world champion.
Ethan lived up to his billing in TNA, where he received the opportunity to showcase his true potential. With good in – ring and mic skills, Ethan can be a top heel in any organization, and although he would be apprehensive to return to the organization that failed to push him in the first place, Triple H would now know that EC III can be the future of the company, similar to the likes of Randy Orton during his Evolution days.