Throughout WWE history, there have been some massive potential matches that fans would love to have witnessed but which, for one reason or another, never actually happened. Whether it was because the talents in question were working for different companies or one retired before the other achieved fame, or possibly the WWE missed the boat and the prime of the superstars' careers had passed, the reasons are varied and frustrating. The 90s seems to have suggested more of these potential blockbuster matches than any other, mostly because the WWE roster was packed with legendary superstars and future Hall Of Famers. These would-be matches could've changed the entire landscape of the business and perhaps inspired a butterfly effect that would make the sports-entertainment foundation we now know totally different. Technically, a couple of these matches might have actually taken place as a dark match or at a WWE house show, but even if so, these 15 match-ups were never given the chance to shine on the right stage or in the right specific year. As such, they all feel like phenomenal missed opportunities. The passing of time has only made it clearer just how big these missed opportunities were.
A former stuntman for Paramount Pictures, Matt enjoys sports, water skiing, driving fast, the beach, professional wrestling,
technology, and scotch. At the same time, whenever possible.
Having attended many famous (and infamous) shows including WrestleMania XV, In Your House: Mind Games, and the 1995 King of the Ring, Matt has been a lifelong professional sports and wrestling fan. Matt's been mentioned in numerous wrestling podcasts including the Steve Austin Show: Unleashed, Talk Is Jericho, and Something To Wrestle With Bruce Prichard.
As a former countywide performer, Matt has been referred to as Mr. 300 for his amazing accomplishments in the world of amateur bowling. He is also the only man on record to have pitched back-to-back no hitters in the Veterans Stadium Wiffle Ball League of 2003.