5 Current Impact Wrestling superstars who could move to WWE
There are some talented guys over at Impact Wrestling that the WWE would love to sign.
Once upon a time Total Nonstop Action – or TNA, as it was more commonly referred to – was considered the only promotion that posed any sort of threat to the WWE after the collapse of WCW. There was proper bad blood between WWE and TNA as evidenced by the fact that no one on WWE even mentions TNA officially.
After all, the likes of Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, and Mick Foley amongst others switched over to the company and this was viewed as an act of war on the part of everybody at the biggest wrestling promotion in the world. Unfortunately, all those of efforts proved to be in vain as TNA failed miserably.
Nowadays, that role is taken up by New Japan Pro Wrestling while Impact Wrestling as TNA is now called nothing more than just another indy promotion. But, despite the steep decline in the stature of the company, there are still some legitimate stars on the roster who could do very well for themselves in Vince McMahon’s promotion.
So, without further ado, let's get into our list of 5 current Impact Wrestling superstars who could move to the WWE:
#5 Chris Adonis/Chris Masters
When Chris Masters burst onto the WWE scene back in the 2000s, nobody could deny that he had an impressive body. Unfortunately, his wrestling skills did not match up to that impressive physique.
As is Vince McMahon's way, Masters was pushed to the moon because of his looks and the fact that he just wasn't good enough to be a main eventer became clear to everybody who saw the young man wrestle. Eventually, Masters slid down the card and left the company.
Nowadays, he is making quite the name for himself at Impact Wrestling as Chris Adonis. He will never be a technical wrestling wizard but has improved leaps and bounds from the days of the Master Lock Challenge.
It would make a lot of sense to bring Masters back as a solid mid-card talent – especially considering that WWE desperately needs more mid-carders. He might never be a main event guy, but he has done enough to warrant a return to the WWE.