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Top 15 Wrestlers Who Don't Deserve a Second Chance in the WWE

World Wrestling Entertainment is the mountaintop in the world of professional wrestling as of July 2015, a multimedia conglomerate that has extended well beyond scripted matches. Those who make it to the top of WWE main event cards and remain in that role for years are the top stars in the industry, names such as John Cena and Brock Lesnar for example. There are cases of wrestlers not becoming massive stars in the WWE until they had a second run in that company. Some would argue that Lesnar is a bigger star now following his stint in the Ultimate Fighting Championship than he ever was during the early days of his career.

Not everybody, however, deserves a second chance to work what is the top wrestling organization on the planet today. Some are, truth be told, simply no longer in the primes of their careers and thus it would not be right for them to take roster spots that could be had by younger talent. Others, however, were their own enemies in one way or another while they were working for the WWE. Some could probably still sell tickets and merchandise featuring underneath the WWE umbrella, but that alone does not mean that they deserve a second or third chance to work there.

15 Sting

via talksport.com

14 Jeff Jarrett

via tnainsider.com

13 Taryn Terrell

via wrestlingrumors.net

12 Montel Vontavious Porter

via onlineworldofwrestling.com

11 Chyna

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10 Rhyno

via business2community.com

9 Drew Galloway

via sportskeeda.com

8 Bully Ray

via thisisinfamous.com

7 Mr. Anderson/Mr. Kennedy

via business2community.com

6 Lashley

via betweentheropes.com

5 Kurt Angle

via examiner.com

4 Matt Morgan

via thesuplexpress.blogspot.com

3 Matt Hardy

via impactwrestling.com

2 Jeff Hardy

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1 The Great Khali

via christianpost.com

According to reports, The Great Khali and the WWE parted ways in November 2014 after the wrestler's contract with the company expired. The question put out there to diehard WWE fans is simple: Do you really miss him? Khali's size coupled with the wear and tear that he endured during his days as an active in-ring worker made him an even more limited worker during the final years of his career, and it was painful to watch the big man attempt to maneuver inside of the ring during matches. Here is hoping for the best in his future endeavors that hopefully will not involve Khali wrestling in the WWE ever again.

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