No Way Out returns to the pay-per-view schedule this year after a three-year absence.
No Way Out was previously placed as a February pay-per-view and was often the last event prior to WrestleMania.
That spot has since been taken over by Elimination Chamber.
That chamber match became popularized at No Way Out and it was No Way Out that first had multiple chamber matches in one night.
No Way Out now sits in mid-June and seems to be a nice precursor to SummerSlam. Not every superstar can recall being around when the last No Way Out took place, but many superstars remember. No Way Out was a good stomping ground for some, while being rather forgettable in the eyes of others.
Careers stand to be impacted directly from what happens this year at No Way Out, so it stands to reason to recall No Way Out history and see what impact those previous matches had on their futures.
Before the events of No Way Out 2012 take place, here are the 20 superstars currently on the roster that have competed at No Way Out before, complete with their win-loss records.