10 Superstars Who Burned WWE Bridges… But Still Returned

Because never say never in the wrestling business, right?


Regardless of how many times wrestling fans think that the famed 'never say never' phrase isn't applicable, that there's no way that WWE and Superstar A could ever possibly do business together, that there's too much bad blood between the two parties to ever feasibly work alongside each other, the wrestling world has a strange way of proving us all wrong.

It's no secret that Vince McMahon and his company have had some extremely public falling outs with a whole host of wrestling names over the decades. More often than not, the names in question may have done something stupid, offensive, or it could just be that some major shots were subsequently fired at WWE once that talent had left the promotion.

Still, just when you think there's no way back for a superstar, it's more often the case that bridges don't remain burned forever. After all, McMahon is business savvy and will happily eat crow if he feels that bringing a name back into the fold is best for business and best for his own personal bank balance.

Here, then, are ten superstars who spectacularly burned their bridges with WWE, yet somehow ended up returning to work for Vince McMahon's company.


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