Stars TNA never believed in

#4 Booker T

Indeed, Booker T has had a notable wrestling career, and a corridor of notoriety commendable one as well, regardless of that, Booker simply didn’t put his earnest attempts forward in the organization, as he regarded his stay in TNA as an excursion, in this manner prompting why he is on the rundown. One title he failed to catch here was the TNA World Title.

#3 Scott Steiner

TNA depended on legends from the past to create name quality and acknowledgment for their item. Scott Steiner worked for TNA under a couple unique administrations and gave stimulation, every time. Steiner was set in a couple of headliner storylines, working with Kurt Angle, Sting, and Christian Cage, yet never entered the world title picture, which is a touch of astounding considering the 90’s stars that  have held the title.

#2 Kazarian

While numerous youthful, crisp ability in TNA were dynamite, tragically just not very many could push through to make it. One X-Division star had what numerous felt was a breakout execution, when Kazarian had a break out singles coordinate that didn’t go anyplace. He would have a breakout match with Christian Cage in a ladder match, which numerous thought would prompt a singles push. Once more, however Kazarian would at the end of the day end up at a glass ceiling. He was never regarded as a sensible contender for the World Title.

#1 ChristCDanielsopher Daniels

While the “Phenomenal One” AJ Styles and Samoa Joe deservedly earned the recognition as top stars of the organization being in must see matches on each PPV and Impact, Daniels effortlessly fits into this comparison. The three took TNA to new statures in the mid 2000’s with their exhibitions. Daniels was an unwavering and enormous wrestler for TNA, however was never given the distinctions of winning the world title. It didn’t make a difference how often Daniels was enhanced, or rebranded, TNA never had faith in him enough. It is such a disgrace.


Top 5 Daniel Bryan matches

It is the end of a chapter, a career, a special one.  Former WWE World Heavyweight champion and WrestleMania main eventer,  Daniel Bryan announced his retirement in front of his hometown in Seattle, on Monday Night’s RAW.   Bryan may not have been the default favorite big and buff wrestler like a Brock Lesnar, but what he lacked in size he more than made up for in ring, having proved this many times.   Without further ado, here is my list of the best of the best  Daniel Bryan matches from his WWE career.
#5  vs CM Punk MITB 2012
This one had all the potential elements of a classic wrestling match, and it delivered.   Not only were the two arguably the best mat wrestlers as they had already proven before that year in a plethora of great matches, but throw in the addition of a no disqualifications stipulation and a since of unpredictability with AJ Lee as the special referee and you have a classic.
#4  vs. Randy Orton and Batista WrestleMania 30
Probably one of the most memorable main events to take place at WrestleMania, and what a WrestleMania it was, too.  The build up reminds  me of the weak link storyline in that Bryan was proving himself here once again, only  this time at the grandest stage. The match ended with Bryan making Batista tap out.   This match was not perfect, but like I said a quite memorable one.
#3 vs Sheamus Extreme Rules 2013
After losing his (then) World Heavy Weight Championship to Sheamus on the grandest stage of them all, many were hoping to get a classic out of these two at some point.  Despite not being at WrestleMania, the Keltic warrior and Bryan did just that at the following PPV in an instant 2/3 falls classic.
#2 vs CM Punk  Over The Limit 2012
I first started watching WWE in 2012, and immediately gravitated towards these two guys because,  they were pure wrestlers as far as an in ring standard goes.  Anyway, enough about me.  Pro Wresting fans were dying to see a feud between CM Punk and Daniel Bryan in WWE, and thankfully got one.  Maybe the feud itself left some to be desired, but there is not any question this match fixed that.
#1  vs. John Cena SummerSlam 2013
 John Cena, once again proved that he capable of wrestling an awesome match, and you have to give just as much credit to his opponent, Daniel Bryan.  Really, my only gripe about this match is that it was a predictable one, as we expected Cena was temporarily leaving for triceps surgery, and I do not think Randy Orton cashing in was a stunner to fans, either.  If you have not seen this match, you definitely should.
Thanks for reading, and thank you Daniel Bryan for sacrificing so much. We love you (as wrestling fans) and wish only the best in whatever you do next!