5 WWE Superstars who came out of retirement in 2018
Year 2018 proved out to be a roller-coaster for WWE fans and also for WWE. From Nicholas’s debut to Roman Reigns’ unfortunate Luekemia revelation, we saw almost everything in what was one of the most unpredictable years in the WWE.
WWE always plans some big surprises for the fans by bringing back ex-superstars to the company to accelerate the business.
But in 2018 the WWE Universe saw a lot of shocking moments when the retired Superstars, who were not expected to wrestle came out of retirement after a long time and delivered a once in a lifetime match.
With the 2018 year coming to an end, I will put Top 5 Superstars of their generation who came out of retirement and made us feel nostalgic by entering once again in the squared circle.
#1 Daniel Bryan
Daniel Bryan is one of the most talented guys of the WWE locker room and it’s hard to forget his heroics of 2013. The whole WWE Universe got very emotional when their favourite superstar retired in 2016 due to multiple injuries.
WWE fans were sad and angry as they had lost a gem of a superstar. But after announcing him as the general manager of the blue brand, the fans were no more disappointed as they were getting to see their YES! leader, Daniel Bryan every week.
After several ups and downs, Daniel Bryan announced this year before WrestleMania that he is cleared to compete once again and also emerged victorious at WrestleMania 35 with Shane McMahon. Daniel Bryan had shockingly turned heel last month and currently is the WWE champion on SD Live.
#2 The Undertaker
The iconic Undertaker supposedly hung up his boots at WrestleMania 33 when he lost against The Big Dog. Fans almost believed that now they will never see the Phenom again taking souls of his opponent in WWE.
However, John Cena teased a match against The Undertaker and called him out for one more match. The Deadman again rose in a dramatical manner at WrestleMania 34 and almost squashed the Cenation leader and clinched a one sided victory.
The Undertaker‘s return didn’t end here as The Deadman appeared at many live events this year and out-cased the potential he possesses despite being 53 years old. Now, The Undertaker is finally expected to retire next year and wind up his illustrious career at the Grandest Stage of Them all.