3 recently released WWE Superstars who deserve a second chance and 2 who don't
Getting released from the company is never a good piece of news for a WWE Superstar. But from WWE's perspective, it is always about pushing the sturdy talent and giving a break to struggling ones.
Sometimes getting released can also prove to be a blessing in disguise. Jinder Mahal whose start in WWE was a bit rocky was released, but he worked hard and later came back to the company and became WWE Champion. Also, Drew McIntyre, the so-called chosen one also got sacked, but he rebounded then came back, and is now billed to be a future Universal Champion.
In this article, I list WWE Superstars who deserve a second chance, and those who don’t.
#5 Deserve - Tessa Blanchard
Tessa Blanchard is a third-generation pro-wrestler, her father, Tully Blanchard, is one-fourth member of The Four Horsemen. She has pro-wrestling in her blood.
Tessa has appeared in WWE on many occasions, one of them was at Mae Young Classic Tournament season 1. Though she was eliminated in the first round of the tournament, her performance was excellent.
After the match, WWE had the chance to sign another Blanchard - however, they didn't do it.
Now Tessa is working with Impact Wrestling and different other indie promotions. In Impact Wrestling, she is the current Knockout Champion. Her work as a heel champion is top-notch and outstanding.
By looking at her performances, I can say that WWE has missed out on an exquisite talent by not signing her. Maybe they should consider her one more time.
#4 Don’t deserve - Big Cass
Big Cass was always supposed to be a successful guy in the company.
He was tall, good on the mic, and a tough guy in the ring. These qualities were enough to take him to the next level. But unfortunately, because of Cass’ unprofessional behaviour, he was shown the exit door.
The reason for this as reported is that Cass had gone out of script a few times, which the man behind the curtain didn’t like. Also, Cass was reported for misbehaving backstage.
These foolish mistakes made by the 7-feet tall man eventually got him fired.
That being said, after all the mistakes Cass has made in the past, it’s better for WWE to keep their distance from him.