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Top 15 People WWE Should Never Work With Again

There are a lot of people that would be welcome back into the WWE with open arms if they ever opened the lines of communication. “Stone Cold” Steve Austin and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson are two wrestlers that are consistently welcomed back, and there would even be some celebrities that fans don’t mind making multiple appearances. Bob Barker and Seth Green come to mind (because let’s be honest, the Price is RAW segment with Chris Jericho was hilarious).

Other celebrities and/or figures the WWE should always welcome back are names like Hugh Jackman and Pete Rose, who despite his controversies in baseball, always seems to find a way to be entertaining in a WWE ring.

However, there are people that the WWE has worked with in the past that really have no business making a return to a WWE ring in any capacity. There’s a wide range of reasons why some people shouldn’t come back. These are people that either drove fans away, insulted the fans’ intelligence, or just flat out had no value with the company.

While Triple H and Vince McMahon have become more open to burying old grudges and bringing back people you haven’t seen in a while, there are still plenty of former guests and talent that need to just stay away. Here are 15 people that the WWE should never work with again, starting with a legend that you might not expect.

15 Hulk Hogan

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14 Jeremy Piven

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13 Kevin Federline

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12 Cheech and Chong

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11 Snooki

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10 Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb

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9 Josh Mathews

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8 Martha Hart

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7 Floyd Mayweather

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6 Dennis Miller

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5 Al Sharpton

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4 CM Punk

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3 Steve-O

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2 Vince Russo

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1 Bill DeMott

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Bill DeMott was hired as the head trainer for the developmental program, helping to build the NXT into what it is today. Unfortunately, DeMott didn’t go about things the right way, completely offending almost everyone he’s ever trained. DeMott kept his job due to his friendship with some of the higher ups, but his homophobic, racist and sexist slurs have no place in a working environment. DeMott was quickly ‘put on leave’ after these came to surface, and thankfully it doesn’t look like he’s going to be the head trainer again any time soon as Matt Bloom is currently in that position, which garnered positive reaction.

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