Tonight at 11:05 ET marks the two-year anniversary of the last seconds of WWE's version of ECW.
The brand closed its doors on February 16, 2010, with Ezekiel Jackson defeating Christian for the ECW Championship. The match itself, while entertaining, served as the perfect symbol for the failures and lost magic that WWE could never recapture.
As the match ended, and ECW shut down for the final time, many believed that ECW was dead for good and would never rise again.
While the brand never did live up to the hype of the original show, it has left a lasting impression and will always be remembered as the birthplace for some of the company's current crop of superstars.
This list is not to rip on ECW's death in 2001 and repeat burial in 2010, but rather to honor the select few that help keep the fallen company alive through their current work and growth.