Once again, i'm new so i'm not sure if this has been a thread, well lets begin our Top 10 Biggest WWE Flops. ATTENTION, this is based off my opinion and will edit at a rightful suggestion. Number 10....Marc Mero: A fresh WCW star was brought up formerly as Johnny B. Badd a rip off the song Johnny B. Good. When he was brought up to WWE he was perceived as the next star but when he was injured in 1997 his wife Sable (now ex-wife) surpassed Mero's popularity and by the time Mero returned Steve Austin had taken his rumored spot. He was taken off TV in October 1998 and he was released with his wife in July 1999 Number 9....ECW One Night Stand 2006: Don't get me wrong this was an OK show but this show was more of an ECW vs WWE storyline with a lot of the classic ECW stars gone like Mike Awesome, Lance Storm, Taka (i think) but this show compared to the 2005 show was worse and the main event was screwy as RVD as hot as he was and as a rising WWE star he won after an interference, remember kids, Cena should fight in Iraq because where he's hated he almost always wins! Number 8....WWF Lightweight Title: This title was made in response to the high popularity of lucha libre style of wrestling, though WWF brought in the WWF Lightweights WCW counterpart, the WCW Cruiser-weight title, the damage was done and the title was unified with the WCW counterpart starting the slow demise of good lightweight wrestling in WWE. Number 7...WWF NWO: The NWO was as great as it could have been in 1996-1997 where the stable was getting popular but when the final demise happened in 2000 the stable was beginning to be missed so WWF responded 3 months after the WCW invasion ended, with the "POISON" little did people know that The Rock and Steve Austin played a role in Wrestlemania 18 and the rest of the NWO's short life in the WWF-WWE. The stable was ended after Kevin Nash tore his quad the week prior. Number 6...WrestleMania Xi: This Mania that took place in the WWE's hometown Hartford, Connecticut. but the only thing people remember is the long list of reasons it sucked! Diesel vs Shawn Michaels had a botch in the end with the worse Jackknife i had seen at the time *cough* The Giant cough* the main event being Lawrence Taylor vs Bam Bam Biglelow, even though LT soled his part it was a far stretch from being better than WM X or WM 12, did i mention this Mania had the most guest appearances than any other. so it wasn't all bad. Number 5...Once in a Lifetime: Wrestlemania 28 in my opinion was far better than Wrestlemania 29 mainly because of the great matches and build up for matches. John Cena vs The Rock was the headline it sold merch and had it's own documentary! the Wrestlemania 28 match was fresh and a decent contest. fast forward exactly 1 year and 6 days later the same match happened with the WWE title on the line and the exact same thing happened during the match but with a Super Cena coming out on top, Twice in a Lifetime Number 4....Fake Diesel and Razor Ramon: This was a mockery of WWF ship jumpers Scott Hall formerly known as Razor Ramon and Kevin Nash formerly known as Diesel, in September 1996 Jim Ross announced the return of the Bad Guy and Big Dady Cool, Diesel. Well Glenn Jacobs and Rick Bogner showed up and despite having a title shot at In Your House: It's Time they had no success. Bogner left the company and Glenn Jacobs returned 9 months later as the Undertaker's brother, Their last appearance was at the Royal Rumble 1997 where "Diesel" was the last legal man to be eliminated. Number 3...Vader: Vader was brought in as a Monster who took no one's orders and even ran through Gorilla Monsoon. His popularity and his reputation soared through the roof until. SUMMER SLAM 1996, this event saw Shawn Michaels beat the monster Vader cleanly! his last title match was some where in 1997 possibly at In Your House: Final Four. He went on to 1998 as a jobber, after losing his mask to Kane he went onto call himself a "Big Fat Piece of Shit" Number 2...Blue Blazer: This was a complete joke that cost WWE millions of dollars as well as Owen Hart's life, planned as a rip on WCW star Sting, it became nothing but something of a joke of a serious competitor in Owen Hart, who stayed after Bret, Davey, and Jim departed in 1997 after the screwjob, he was put in ridiculous gimmicks and other things but the Blue Blazer was as idiotic as the booker of Wrestlemania 2000. Before we get to number 1 here on some honorable mentions, Wrestlemania 2000 John Cena over Brock Lesnar, Extreme Rules 2012 John Cena vs Big Johnny Ron Simmons WCW Title reign Number 1: The Invasion: The Invasion consisted of One WCW main eventer and the rest were WCW jobbers and lower mid-carders, first thought to be a great idea it became a flop as soon as no recognizable WCW stars were involved, This was obviously showing WWF loyalist that "See they never had anything to offer" even though Stone Cold and Kurt Angle joined the stable consisting of RVD from ECW was just as bad as WCW Nitro 2000 episodes!