Your favorite underrated superstars?

Discussion in 'General WWE' started by Meshuggah, Apr 3, 2013.

  1. What were your guy's favorite short lived superstars? I'm talking about superstars who were in the WWE for a very short period of time, didn't win any major title belts(or kept them for very long), and weren't really recognized as regulars in the industry. Also, usually never seen again in the WWE ring again.

    My favs would have to be a pick of 3:

    1. Heidenrich(I believe thats how you spell it. Not going to lie, Paul Heyman can bring some monsters into that ring)

    2. Boogeyman

    3. and, Eugene(Don't ask why, I liked him for some odd reason).

    Honorable mentions:


    -Snitsky:It wasn't my fault!(loved the Kane and Lita love angle back when, it was something weird but different, then snitsky came into it and made it even better)

    -Finlay: I LOVE to fight!

    and

    -Hurricane: Now that I look back at him, he was a ridiculous superstar, but back then, he was entertaining to see, only for short period of time, of course.

    Anyone else? No need to explain why unless you want to, i'm just interested in who were your favorite short term superstars that never made it back to the WWE ring. Also, yes, I know Hurricane made it back to the ring, but, not his persona.
     
  2. RE: Your favorite short lived superstars?

    Does Trent Barreta count?
     
  3. RE: Your favorite short lived superstars?

    I would think so. Does he still wrestle?
     
  4. Your favorite short lived superstars?

    Waylon mercy!

    Could have been so much more

    The Goon!!

    Terry Gordy was wasted there

    Agreed on Heidenright
    Adding disco inferno..... He was gold in WCW
     
  5. Your favorite short lived superstars?

    I second Boogeyman and Finlay, they were great.
     
  6. Your favorite short lived superstars?

    Stan Stansky!
     
  7. Your favorite short lived superstars?

    Not in the WWE. He was released recently and is working the independents right now.
     
  8. Your favorite short lived superstars?

    I also liked boogeyman, and kharma for a chick
     
  9. RE: Your favorite short lived superstars?

    Kharma coming to the WWE was a nice spin from the usual barbie doll, perfect slutty image that the divas in the WWE have really become. Except for a few, beth phoenix is a nice twist, but, i've never been a WWE Diva fan, not since girls like Trish and Lita were around.


    Also, yes, loved heidenrich. Only monster heidenrich, though. Not poem writing, dancing heidenrich...thats where they messed up on him, imo. Another WWE bad move..
     
  10. RE: Your favorite short lived superstars?

    No, sadly. He got released back in January.
     
  11. Your favorite short lived superstars?

    Trent still wrestles. Just not for the WWE.
     
  12. RE: Your favorite short lived superstars?

    Oh.
     
  13. Your favorite short lived superstars?

    There are tons of other companies outside of WWE and TNA who can provide more often than not better wrestling than the WWE. But on smaller budgets. Trent last I know wrestled at the latest All star Weekend held by Pro Wrestling Guerilla in California.
     
  14. RE: Your favorite short lived superstars?

    Oh :downer: I miss him tho.
     
  15. Your favorite short lived superstars?

    He was hardly on TV for over a year though.
     
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  16. RE: Your favorite short lived superstars?

    I guess my new favorite is Cactus Jack or will I have to look in my encyclopedia jk jk?
     
  17. Your favorite short lived superstars?

    You can still like Trent I'm not saying you shouldn't. I just fellt like pointing out that Trent is still active, just not in the WWE.

    Also Cactus Jack is not a short term wrestler. Mick Foley was active for nearly 20 years under all his characters.
     
  18. Your favorite short lived superstars?

    Just leave the girl alone, Stop :dawg: :pity1:
     
  19. RE: Your favorite short lived superstars?

    Kendrick
     
  20. Your favorite short lived superstars?

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    I loved that he wasn't a typical heel when he showed up. He was just a guy from the Middle East who wanted to break down stereotypes about his people after 9/11. Obviously he was still treated like shit by the fans which to me was hilarious and sad at the same time. It was a great job by WWE of holding up a mirror for the fans to look at themselves in, and i hope they were ashamed.

    eventually of course he became an over the top terrorist type gimmick, which would have been awesome but ofc UPN is retarded and still ran the episode of SD in the UK that had him attacking the Undertaker the same day as those terrorist attacks there... BRILLIANT. I still think they could have salvaged it without completely pulling the plug.

    I'm sure his star would have dimmed by now, but he could still be a midcard staple as a heel. On a roster with so much blandness he would really stick out