3 Second Generation WWE Superstars who became huge stars and 2 who couldn't
It is a common misconception that being the son or daughter of a former WWE Superstar always leads to huge amount of success for the fighter in focus too. But that is not true, any WWE Superstar achieves success not because of his family background, instead due to his hard work and dedication.
There have been various second generation WWE Superstars who have made a mark across the years. All of these WWE Superstars have had their ups and downs in the company, but only few of them have gone on to earn a big name from the industry.
As for those who couldn't be successful, it did not mean that they lacked potential to become great WWE Superstars but they weren't booked properly owing to various reasons. Here are three second generation WWE Superstars who achieved huge success and two second generation stars who failed to ascend to stardom.
#5 Became a huge star: Bret Hart
Bret "The Hitman" Hart is one of the most iconic figures in wrestling during his time. He achieved a lot of success in WWE and many other promotions. On most occasions, he was a part of a number of classic matches that most of the fans re-watch even today.
In the latest WWE NEWS, Hart is a former five-time world champion and is a two-time WWE Hall of Famer. He has inspired many WWE Superstars that work for the company today with a number of them crediting him as a major reason in their journey to become a wrestler and joining this business.
Hart did not have a huge family background before becoming a wrestler. Son of legendary wrestler and promoter Stu Hart, who didn't achieve much success, but is still a WWE Hall of Famer from 2010.
Now, Bret Hart has created a huge background for his upcoming generation. Even though none of his children became wrestlers, his brothers and sisters were involved in the business and their children, Natalya and Tyson Kidd are also a part of the industry.