5 failed WWE reunions
Everyone was excited about these big-time reunions, only to be left very disappointed.
Reunions of tag teams and factions in WWE are awesome when they happen. Usually, we have a formally successful team or stable that is reuniting for a presumed well planned and thought out run with a host of active tag teams and stables for new feuds.
However, no matter how good something is planned out on paper, that doesn't always transfer into what actually plays out before us. Sometimes, it can be injuries that happen while other times it can just be piss poor writing and a series of unsuccessful storylines.
Here we have the top 5 biggest WWE reunions that would eventually flop, and hard.
#5 The Rockers
The Rockers, Shawn Michaels and Marty Jannetty were one of the most successful tag teams of the 80's and early 90's.
After various Tag Team Championship reigns outside of WWE and more than a dozen thrilling matches in and out, Shawn and Marty went their separate ways in wrestling's most famous tag team split after Shawn kicked Marty through the barbershop window.
After briefly feuding, Marty remained in the mid-card for several years while Shawn became WWE's biggest star. Years later in 2005, Marty returned to WWE after a lengthy, decade-long absence, Marty returned to WWE for a one-time only reunion in March 2005 and worked so well together, that WWE planned for more with them down the line.
A fully fledged reunion was planned for 2006, Marty returned to the TV to aid Shawn in his feud with the Spirit Squad and McMahon' family.
Vince McMahon told Marty he would offer him a contract if he joined his ''Kiss My Ass'' club or break Chris Master's Masterlock. Marty did neither and was beaten up. He was announced to appear on the following week's RAW but didn't and instead WWE announced days later that he had been released from his actual real WWE contract.