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IN Sports ON 23 Feb, 2016
Even though, most hate to admit that WWE is the biggest and famous wrestling event in the world, and also the ultimate destination if you're a professional wrestler! Some wrestlers work on smaller promotions with a definite group of hardcore fans, while there are others who wish to see themselves on a worldwide platform, and be accessible to millions of fans through social media.
Some superstars of WWE seemed to have left the WWE fame at one point, but rumours appear that they could make a possible return to WWE sometime in 2016.
Check out, who might come back on to the WWE hall of fame!
Ken Anderson, also known as Mr. Kennedy or Mr Aderson is another wrestler who has been underused in TNA wrestling since he joined in 2010. He has been a crowd favourite always, but managed to win only a United States Championship and the money in Bank contract in 2007. He has been the vice-president of Aces & Eights. Anderson is not doing much in TNA anymore, so his career would likely be revived with a move back to the WWE.
Gail Kim started her professional wrestling career in Canada before announcing her entry in WWE. She has jumped from WWE to TNP championships and back, several times. And possibly the promotion back up made her famous. She held the TNA Knockouts Championship five times, and WWE Women's Championship.
Bobby Lashley left WWE in 2009, and never returned since then. Although he did hold the ECW World Championship twice and the WWE United States Championship, he never achieved the biggest goal in the WWE, which is to win the World Heavyweight Championship. Lashley would be great competition for John Cena or Brock Lesnar if he returns to the company where his career was launched.
Evan Bourne has wrestled for promotions all over the world. From 2007 to 2014, he wrestled in TNA, Ring of Honor, Dragon Gate and Wrestling Society X. With Kofi Kingston, he won WWE Tag team Championship but later had issues in 2012 when suspended for violating the wellness policy. Then, he suffered injuries in a road accident and eventually got released from the company. If he returns back to WWE this year, it would have a major impact.
John Morrison started off his pro wrestling career off by winning WWE contract on Tough Enough III. Along with Joey Mercury and their manager Melina Morrison, he was a part of tag team MNM. He is currently with Lucha Underground, but it is said that he might reconsider joining back to WWE.
Rob Van Dam made his WWE debut immediately after ECW folded up in 2001. RVD won the WWE championship and the new ECW World Championship as well as the Intercontinental Championship some six times. Before returning to independent circuit, he made a brief return to WWE from 2013 to 2014. In order to finish his career, he could return to WWE where many amazing competitions are waiting for him.
Rey Mysterio, since his wrestling career that began in 1989, has competed in several promotions worldwide. From 2002 - 2005, he competed on and off in WWE. In 2014, Mysterio took off from wrestling post his injury, but WWE tried to renew his contract without his approval. Officially, his contract ended in February 2015, after 13 long years. Since then, he has been focusing AAA in Mexico and independent circuit, also appeared in Lucha Underground.
If Jeff Hardy returns to the WWE, then Matt Hardy might follow him. The brothers could reform the most popular tag teams and rekindle the feud with recently returned Dudley Boyz. He was suspended from WWE after he posted some 'not so kind' videos on YouTube. Matt has recently won the TNA World Heavyweight Championship for the second time. If he returns to WWE, he might get a chance to team up with or feud with his brother in the biggest promotion in the world.
Off late, there have been many rumours about Jeff and Matt Hardy returning to WWE. Jeff earned success as a singles competitor, and the 'Charismatic Enigma' has won the TNA World Heavyweight Championship thrice. His entry back to WWE could take on high-flying superstars like A.J. Styles, Chris Jericho and Kalisto.
Kurt Angle has took on retirement from TNA, but it doesn't mean he has retired from wrestling altogether. There have been words that he might be back to WWE in some form or the other, most likely behind the scenes working with young talent. The former Olympic gold medalist and WWE Champion may come back and wrestle part time like The Undertaker and Triple H have been doing for a while now.
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