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Top 15 "Where Are They Now" Stories For TNA Flops

TNA has created plenty of negative stories over their fourteen years of existence. The company showed great promise once with new exciting stars being introduced to wrestling fans but they could not capitalize on their strengths. An overall failure to grasp what the audience wanted and their inability to put together a cohesive creative team led to disaster after disaster. There have been enough poor decisions, characters and agendas to make the worst stories in wrestling history. Most of the fans that were backing TNA in 2006 are laughing at how far the company has fallen in just ten years.

The roster has rarely been the problem. TNA has definitely hired a fair share of overrated or unskilled wrestlers but they have employed many more great talents. Samoa Joe’s WWE debut and the rumors of AJ Styles coming into the company have been met with complete excitement and hope from wrestling fans. Both men would likely go down in the history books as the two greatest TNA superstars of all time. Considering how much time they spent in the company and the hype surrounding them today, it is mind boggling how they ended up becoming irrelevant in TNA. It perfectly captures how TNA could turn treasure into trash.

Those are just two wrestlers who saw their values diminish over the years in TNA. There are countless other great talents that had a much worse time with the company. TNA was home to many wrestlers flopping. Some of these wrestlers just didn’t have what was needed to succeed in the wrestling business but most of the stories feature poor decisions. The last few years have seen many wrestlers bolt TNA, whether by choice or by the company not having money to pay them. We all know what Styles and Joe have been doing but what about the lesser names? We are going to examine the fifteen stories of what TNA flops to leave the company are currently doing today.

15 15. Samuel Shaw 

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14 14. Luke Gallows 

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13 13. Jimmy Rave 

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12 12. Daivari  

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11 11. Roderick Strong 

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10 10. Bubba the Love Sponge 

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9 9. Crimson 

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8 8. Kazuchika Okada 

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7 7. Joey Ryan 

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6 6. Petey Williams 

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5 5. Sonjay Dutt 

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4 4. Low Ki 

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3 3. Wes Brisco 

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2 2. Garett Bischoff 

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1 1. Matt Morgan 

There were many disappointments, failures and flops in TNA but none could top Matt Morgan. The big man had a great look and athletic ability but he could never put it together to reach his potential. TNA tried to push him on multiple occasions but it never worked out. Jim Cornette believed Morgan could be this generation’s version of The Undertaker, in terms of a great big man, but he couldn't have been more wrong. Morgan eventually left TNA and decided to retire from the wrestling business to become a regional manager of a “big time medical device company” in hopes of a more stable life for his family. While Morgan has returned for a TNA match since then, it was just for his son to see him wrestle one time and he is still retired.

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