WWE is the home to many successful stories of fighters who have achieved equal to or even more than their fathers and grandfathers. WWE has seen many third generation wrestlers who proved that their blood was full of wrestling skills. Genes surely have a huge impact on the wrestler. But some of the third generation stars were not able to perform to the level they were expected to.
There are many stories of wrestlers who were not able to accomplish feats which their ancestors had accomplished. This article gives you 8 such wrestlers who were not able to become successful.
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David Hart Smith is a popular wrestler in today's world but still he is nothing compared to his ancestors, the British Bulldog and Stu Hart. He is currently wrestling in Japan. He is known for his amazing skills but still has to accomplish more.
Jeff Jarett belongs to a wrestling family with all the generations full of successful wrestlers. He has wrestling in his blood and he has got skills. But somewhere he is not able to get the role he deserves. He is not able to be in the limelight, unlike his father or grandfather for that matter.
He was the part of the four horsemen back in his time but never could be in the main stage. His father as well as his grandfather were great wrestlers and had main stage acts in the WWE, but Jesse works for a local circuit, he does not have a respectful spot at the WWE.
The whole of the Mcmahon family is related to WWE in one way or the other. It was believed that Shane would be the ultimate wrestler of his time, but he was not able to stand on these expectations.
Bo Dallas does not have a proper role in the WWE. He is used as a person just to give touches to the current storyline of the show. But no one knows, he is still young and he can change his image in the coming years.
Axel has had very few "moments" at the WWE. He is still to show his mad skills to the world which are in his blood. He is the son of the famous Curt Hennig and the grandson of "The Axe"!
Lacey was a pro wrestler for a very short period. She was in wrestling just because of her good looks. She is the daughter of the great Kelly Von Erich and she was not able to live up to her name. On being dropped from WWE, she joined TNA for further humiliation before she retired.
Eddie Guerrero, the most famous Guerrero of all time passed away in 2005. His and Vickie's daughter, Shaul tried her hand at wrestling and failed miserably.