6 WWE Superstars Triple H probably regrets signing
With each passing year, Triple H takes more and more power on route to becoming the next chairman of the WWE.
Already, fans have seen evidence of The Game's control, with the King of Kings being partly responsible for the revamped NXT, and the signing of many top stars.
But while names from the independent scene like Prince Devitt (now known as Finn Balor) and Kevin Steen (Kevin Owens) have gone on to be huge successes in WWE, not everyone is so lucky.
There have even been Superstars the game fought hard to sign, only to for those same Superstars to do very little on the show, if anything.
Here are six WWE Superstars that Triple H probably regrets signing.
#6: James Storm
When the Cowboy James Storm joined the WWE in October 2015, he was one of the biggest signings at the time.
One of the most recognizable stars from Impact Wrestling, Storm would later be followed by other stars from the company including AJ Styles, Samoa Joe and Eric Young.
But despite being offered a full-time contract after only a handful of NXT matches, Storm turned down the company’s offer, an act that no doubt embarrassed the Game.
Instead, Storm returned to Impact, being promised another Tag Team Title run with Beer Money partner Bobby Roode.
Mere weeks after winning the Gold however, Roode would leave, signing with WWE himself, and became the NXT Champion not long after.
Who knows? Perhaps if he had stayed, it’d be James Storm appearing on Monday Nights each week instead of the Canadian.
With that said, we just can’t imagine the self-proclaimed Cowboy trading in his signature coat and hat, for a Glorious robe.