5 top TNA wrestlers in WWE today
Ever since the formation of Total Nonstop Action (TNA), WWE has lost its monopoly of being the only live televised wrestling program. After the news of Jeff Jarrett being inducted into the Hall of Fame class of 2018 came out, many people have been comparing Superstars' success in TNA and WWE. Some have benefited from only one company while there have been few who achieved stardom wherever they went.
Over the years many superstars have switched from TNA to WWE, owing to a better career push or improved financial status. Following are some of the people who made a name for themselves in TNA before coming to WWE.
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#5 Eric Young
Eric Young was a part of TNA from 2004-2016. He won 11 championships during his career and is considered a TNA Original. He is also one of only four men to win TNA's Grand Slam Championship. A veteran of the business, Young had an impressive run with the company.
Young joined WWE as a part of NXT in May 2016. He formed a stable, SAnitY, and led them to tag team victories till the mid of 2017. In August 2017, he won the NXT Tag Team Championship as a part SAnitY, but lost the titles only two months later. His main roster call-up is highly anticipated and the WWE Universe will be eager to see what EY can deliver.