Ugh! Sometimes We Wish These Guys Didn’t Comeback: Worst Comebacks in WWE History

You know why you’re here, Warrior…

We wrestling fans get excited when our favorite wrestlers return from a hiatus.  When wrestlers like Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, Shawn Michaels, Chris Jericho, Bret “Hitman” Hart, and even more recent stars like John Cena (like at the 2008 Royal Rumble, after surgery) return at WWE live events, we –the fans – hang on each and every word they say and anything and everything they do.  However, not every return to the McMahon Family Business has been successful. That can range from random incidents committed by said returning superstars, the creative team not knowing what to do with the talent, or maybe that wrestler isn’t just the commodity (in-ring & entertaining-wise) as they used to be. 

You’re not safe here either, Sable…

The Bleacher Reports created a Top 11 (because Top Tens are for SUCKERS) list ranking and taking a look into some of the worst returns to the League McMahon Built.  Remember Prince Albert/Albert of “T&A”/A-Train/Lord Tensai/Tensai/Whatever he’ll be named tomorrow, Scott Steiner’s early 2000’s run, and that pitiful disaster of ECW/WWE (or WWE/ECW).  Titan Towers Entertainment. McMahon Wrestling Company. Also, other random ways for me to type names referring to WWE without typing WWE.

AW, DANG IT!!

[Thanks Bleacher Report]

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