10 Ruthless Aggression WWE Superstars You Forgot Existed

The Ruthless Aggression era created a lot of stars, but this lot weren't among them!


A five-part Ruthless Aggression documentary series recently aired on WWE Network and, as expected, it definitely presented WWE's version of that particular era of storytelling. Focusing on Evolution, John Cena, and Brock Lesnar, it overlooked what people really remember about that time - the Smackdown Six - and a long list of other wrestlers who defined 2002 - 2008.

However, it's not those we're talking about today. Instead, we're looking at the Ruthless Aggression era Superstars who have been forgotten, either because they failed to make a lasting impact or the fact they were booked in a way which guaranteed obscurity.

This is a definite trip down memory lane, and you may be surprised by just how much this lot did as part of WWE... and what a missed opportunity many of their careers ended up being. Almost all of them could have achieved icon status, but there are also those who are every bit as forgettable as some of the obscure characters and gimmicks we were introduced to during The Attitude era.

As well as taking a look back at their careers, we also delve into where things went wrong, and even explore what became of them in the years that followed their time in WWE...


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