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Top 15 WWE Stars That Will Never Wrestle Anywhere Else Again

“Never say never” are the words you so often hear whenever people are talking about the possibility of a wrestler leaving WWE. After all, who would have really thought that a guy like Cody Rhodes who seemed to be so happy wrestling for WWE would have simply decided to pursue other interests at the drop of a hat? WWE may be the major leagues of professional wrestling, but there are enough wrestling companies out there at the moment to ensure that anyone who wishes to work elsewhere will have plenty of opportunities to do so.

In that respect, implying that someone might only wrestle for WWE for the rest of their life is a bold claim to make. A lot can happen in the world of professional wrestling, and we’ve seen some of the industry’s biggest stars decide to move on simply because they felt it was time to do so or they suffered some apparent slight that inspired them to walk out one day. Still, even in an age of increased uncertainty, there are just some wrestlers that are impossible to imagine outside of a WWE ring. They are the top 15 WWE wrestlers that will never wrestle anywhere else again.

15 Bray Wyatt

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14 Kevin Owens

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Kevin Owens is really the last of a dying breed. He was a “territory” wrestler in a time when the territory system was thought to be dead. Any organization that had him was quick to use him as a top guy, and he was seen as one of those few wrestlers the indie system could rely on keeping around for a while as he never really had the “look” WWE sought in their main eventers. Yet, all it took was a few months in NXT for WWE to realize that Kevin Owens is a one of a kind talent. Owens may not be able to do as much as he would like character-wise in WWE due to content restrictions, but it’s amazing how fairly WWE has treated Owens since he has arrived.

At 32 years old, Owens still has quite a few good years ahead of him and much to accomplish in an organization he loves. Why should he ever leave?

13 The Big Show

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12 Enzo Amore

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11 Chris Jericho

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10 The Miz

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9 Mark Henry

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8 Dean Ambrose

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7 Randy Orton

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6 Brock Lesnar

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5 Sasha Banks

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4 Finn Balor

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3 Seth Rollins

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2 John Cena

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1 The Undertaker

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When Sting stepped into a WWE ring to face Triple H at WrestleMania, he seemed to verify that you can never say never when it comes to wrestlers performing elsewhere. After all, Sting spent 14 years since the fall of WCW avoiding the call of the largest wrestling company in the world and seemingly had passed the point of no return in terms of his timeframe to ever actually wrestle for WWE. That being the case, why is it so unlikely that The Undertaker would ever make an appearance elsewhere? Well, it’s because he has no more worlds left to conquer. Sting had one box on a considerable career accomplishments list to check and he checked it before settling down for retirement. Is there anything that The Undertaker (who works two days a year at the most) could possibly need to prove to anyone? He’s as close to a WWE lifer as a wrestler can get.

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