8. MVP MVP will forever be a case of "what could have been" in WWE given how horribly they mishandled him toward the end of his tenure. Early on in his career, he had all the tools to be a main event level player and perhaps become world champion, but a failed face turn and unnecessary move to Raw cut his hot momentum short. He wasn't the same when he went back to SmackDown in the 2010 Draft, so he asked for his walking papers that December. He knew it was now or never in terms of fulfilling his dreams of wrestling in Japan, and thankfully, he was able to live out that aspiration. The former United States champion spent several years overseas and returned to the United States to work for TNA at the dawn of 2014. His run there wasn't all that it could have been, however, and he was fired from his contract in mid-2015. Now, MVP is a free agent once again, but at the age of 42, a full-time return to WWE isn't too likely. Nevertheless, he should make an on-air appearance at some point in the future, even if it isn't as a wrestler. He was backstage at WWE show many months back when they were in town, so the door is open for a return. You have to admit that it would be damn cool to see him pop out of that amazing look tunnel just one more time.