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5 current WWE Superstars who could move to Impact Wrestling

These 5 WWE Superstars should make the jump over to Impact Wrestling sooner rather than later.

There are some gifted wrestlers on this list

In today's world, the World Wrestling Entertainment roster is a hell of a lot better than it was 5 years ago. The introduction of the revamped NXT system and the extensive scouting of independent scene talent have helped the company recruit some of the best wrestlers on the planet today.

Unfortunately, not every member of the roster is destined to be a success in the company. At this point, a small portion of the roster is failing miserably and desperately needs a change. One option for that change would be the revamped Impact Wrestling – which used to be Total Nonstop Action or TNA as you and I have grown to call it.

These men and women are undoubtedly talented but their tenure with Vince McMahon and his promotion have not yielded the expected results. A much bigger role at a much smaller organisation could be just what the doctor ordered, and TNA would be the perfect destination.

So, without any further ado, here is our list of 5 current WWE Superstars who could move to Impact Wrestling:


#5 The Ascension – Konnor and Viktor

Konnor and Viktor dominated NXT's tag team scene

Okay, I lied when I said five; it's actually six Superstars. But, for the sake of this article, Konnor and Viktor and being lumped into one entry under their tag team identity, The Ascension. After all, they are failing together on SmackDown LIVE week after week as a tag team.

The pair were hot property in NXT between 2012 and 2014 where they dominated the tag team division in WWE's developmental territory. They captured the NXT Tag Team titles and held them for one day short of a full year – one of the most impressive title reigns in recent memory. Expectations were high when they were promoted to the main roster.

Unfortunately, everything started going downhill soon after their promotion to the main roster and rumours started swirling around that the company had lost faith in the team mere weeks after their debut on Monday Night Raw. The next three years have been disastrous.

The fact of the matter is, the two are an extremely talented team who could do wonders at a place like Impact Wrestling and the time has come for them to wave goodbye to the WWE. It's a shame because they definitely deserved better.

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