20 Worst Wrestlers In TNA History

18. Orlando Jordan


Orlando Jordan was not good in WWE. Lack of charisma, awful timing and a lack of gimmick: OJ (didn't) have it all. On his best day the most he could hope for was to be mediocre or, at a stretch, passable. The fact that Jordan couldn't have a decent match with Chris Benoit, who could probably have carried a broom to three stars, is telling.

Still, he was a former WWE 'star' and had youth and a good physique on his side, so TNA (or more accurately Hulk Hogan) decided to hire and push him in January 2010. The results were not pretty. Jordan debuted a bisexual gimmick which was more wrestlecrap than envelop-pushing or, heaven forbid, progressive.

Orlando didn't stay long in TNA. Not long enough to have anything approaching a good match, anyway. He was released by the company in July 2011. Since then, Jordan has apparently opened up a couple of wrestling schools in Sydney, Australia where he currently resides. So he can teach the next generation of Aussie grapplers how to be just as mediocre as he was.


Student of film. Former professional wrestler. Supporter of Newcastle United. Don't cry for me, I'm already dead...