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Top 15 Most Disloyal Superstars In WWE History

Over the years, the WWE has always made superstars out of wrestlers who at first seemed to be nothing special, but gradually caught our attention and won us over. The rising popularity of these superstars not only develops their wrestling personalities, but also brings a cockiness to their attitude as they come to realize how important they are to the product and to the company’s success. Vince McMahon often creates stars out of seeming nobodies, but doesn’t predict how they’ll react to their stardom and is often caught in a compromising position where he has to give in to the demands of his superstars in order to get their services day in, day out.

Vince McMahon has this mindset to “make his own superstars” as he often signs some impressive raw talents from low-key wrestling promotions, puts them into developmental for a while then comes up with a character, which he allows them to run with. The WWE has often created many superstars by starting them from the bottom and gradually moving them to the top of the company. These guys are some of wrestlers the fans can get behind, relating with their hard-working nature and appreciating their devotion to the product. Many of these wrestlers not only get a change in wrestling personality, but start to try to control things upon realizing their importance in the company.

We’ve seen many cases where the WWE is blackmailed by some of the superstars, who want more money and fame in the company as McMahon has often given in to these demands. Many other “superstars” often didn’t get things going their way and decided to bail on the company, often leaving it hanging in an awkward position. Despite getting all the fame and fortune in the company, these superstars tried to replicate the fame somewhere else but really couldn’t be that big outside of something humongous like the WWE. Let’s take a look at some of the most unfaithful wrestlers in WWE’s history.

15 Matt Hardy

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14 Rick Rude

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13 Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka

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12 Ken Shamrock

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11 X-Pac

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10 Lex Luger

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9 Kevin Nash

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8 The Ultimate Warrior

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7 Kurt Angle

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6 Randy Savage

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5 Batista

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4 Brock Lesnar

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3 The Rock

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2 Ric Flair

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1 Hulk Hogan

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Hulk Hogan might be the reason why the WWE reached to new heights in the 80’s, but he’s also turned out to be a stiff competitor for the company in the same time. Hogan reached incredible popularity in the mid 80’s when he pushed his “Hulkamania” movement and became a world-known star when he defeated Andre The Giant at Wrestlemania III. He then formed “The Mega Powers” with Randy “Macho Man” Savage after which he had an intense feud with Savage, culminating in him winning the WWE Championship at Wrestlemania V. He continued to dazzle audiences and main event for the company, before leaving the company with the beginning of the 90’s. He later on signed on for WCW, soon becoming “Hollywood” Hulk Hogan and forming the NWO with Kevin Nash and Scott Hall. He continued to rule WCW before it’s downfall led to him leaving it, and yet again ended up returning to the WWE, where he had a classic match with The Rock at Wrestlemania X8 before going onto win the WWE Championship. He would then go onto get a “Mr America Gimmick” which was short-lived, as he again left the company due to issues with his payment. After getting into the WWE Hall of Fame a couple of years later, Hulk would then join their rival in TNA getting a prominent managerial position in the company. He changed TNA for the worse, as Vince yet again recalled him for sporadic appearances but then banished him after his sex and racism scandal. The Hulkster is what he is because of the WWE, but he seems to be more into money and fame rather than putting the show ahead of himself and is probably one of the most unfaithful servants for the WWE, inspite of ironically being the one which put it on the map.

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