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10 Superstars who deserve a second chance in WWE

Seizing the opportunity when it matters is what separates legends from ordinary WWE superstars. But what if the opportunity never showed up in the first place?

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Top 5 / Top 10 16 May 2015, 13:55 IST
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Seizing the opportunity when it matters is what separates legends from ordinary WWE superstars. But what if the opportunity never showed up in the first place? The chances of the same opportunity showing up in the first spell in WWE are pretty low and this is why a certain group of wrestlers deserve another run in the company.

With the NXT now in place, a lot of the superstars who had a forgettable run in the WWE during their first spell could come back stronger than ever and steal the show unlike their last outing. So here is a look at these superstars who deserve a second chance in the World Wrestling Entertainment.

 

Mickie James

Mickie James

Mickie was one of the divas who changed the face of WWE’s divas division. She had excellent in ring ability and managed to produce a separate identity for the girls in a men dominated business. If we go by the rumors, it is her affair with John Cena that drove her out of the company but that isn’t a good enough reason to keep such a talent away.

She is currently an active name in the TNA roster and although she might have slowed down a bit after giving birth to a baby, the divas division could still use her star power and experience even if it is for a short period.

Mr. Kennedy

Ken Anderson

WWE was pretty high on Mr. Kennedy during his first spell. His entrance itself showed a lot of charisma and Kennedy backed this up with some excellent work in between the ropes. The creative team also rallied behind him by letting him beat a handful of former World Champions.

Kennedy went on to win the Money in the Bank contract as well. But the entire push came crashing down thanks to the backstage politics. A botched move against Orton earned Kennedy a bad name in the company and soon he was released. Kennedy still has a lot of good years ahead of him and WWE could make good use of this.

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