10 Times WWE Introduced Something Cool (Then Panicked And Took It Away)

THIS IS AWESOME!..wait, where did it go?


In a dark time (known as 2020) when WWE feel that it is a better to make Braun Strowman gyrate with The New Day rather than have the monster demolish half of the roster, it is worth remembering that not every idea they introduce is immediately terrible.

Some have actually been quite awesome - or at least could have been - and fans have fully got behind many a new concept in the hope that it'll be around for the long run.

Unfortunately, that often doesn't happen.

In fact, Vince McMahon has had a tendency over the years to pull the rug from underneath a promising project on a whim and bury a show/segment/format simply because it was either not quite delivering what the boss expected or due to the fact that he'd typically lost interest in his new toy.

Whatever the frustrating knee-jerk reason, many refreshingly original entities have been stolen away from fans before they ever had a chance to reach their apex.

Perhaps McMahon was right to pull the plug on these projects which he felt had nothing left to give to his organisation. Or, maybe WWE could have benefited from these ten cool commodities over time and the company should hang their heads in shame for panic-culling these brilliant ideas.

We'll let you decide...

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