5 superstars who should leave WWE in order to succeed
WWE recently released three superstars, and all three are talented individuals who could not find a spot on the card. With each passing day, WWE keeps getting crowded and this does not bode well for the existing superstars.
TJ Perkins is the first ever Cruiserweight champion but fell off the charts way too quickly. Hideo Itami was one of the biggest superstars in Japan in the 2000s, and his foray into WWE was hyped tremendously. However, it never worked out.
Tye Dillinger received the biggest pop of the night at a Rumble match which featured Undertaker, Goldberg and Brock Lesnar! He made his WWE debut at No.10 spot in the Rumble but could never rise through the ranks.
WWE had four top level guys debut last week, and with superstars like Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn due for a return, it is going to get even more crowded.
We look at five such superstars who are talented and have all the tools to succeed, but just not in WWE!
#5 Tyler Breeze
Tyler Breeze is a former NXT Champion and helped NXT to what it is today with the likes of Neville, Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens. He debuted on the main-roster in 2015 and was immediately saddled with a dead on arrival gimmick.
Soon after, Tyler Breeze was jobbing to superstars week-in, week-out and was relegated to the lower card. He was treated as an afterthought until he found an ally in Fandango. The Fashion Police gimmick was insanely over with the audiences but WWE never capitalized on the same.
Tyler Breeze is just 31 and a move to the indies will massively help his career. He could have a career renaissance similar to Drew McIntyre and EC3, and later return to WWE as the "hottest free agent".