Every new WWE superstar that arrives on the main roster has to navigate one particular minefield upon their debut: figuring out whether the boss likes them or not. If Vince enjoys your work, gets a kick out of your look, is high on your gimmick then the sky is (potentially) the limit. You can at least look forward to some decent television time, and a degree of protection for your character. Creative will fall all over themselves to offer you storylines. Therell be title fights, pay-per-view appearances, million dollar contracts, Cadillacs made of gold, and caviar, and caviar made of gold, and Cadillacs filled with golden caviar Ahem. Anyway. Thats if Vince likes you, and we all know what happens to WWE performers who Vince isnt convinced on. Lost in the shuffle, jobbers to the stars, a midcard tag team in their near future - and thats if theyre not just future-endeavoured. But what about the poor bastards who lived the high life and then came crashing back down to earth? It's got to be so much worse, to be so close to your dream, a nearly-was, only for your mercurial carny boss to decide that hes just not that into you. Join me, then - as I take a quick look at the wrestlers that Vince McMahon has simply lost interest in and abandoned over the years. The jezebel.
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