As much as some of us would like TNA and ROH to be as successful as WWE, it is simply not the reality we live with.
WWE is the Pit Bull in this fight and everyone else is a Chihuahua.
Being a part of WWE is big for any wrestler because it means they have "made it." They feel validated after years of hard work.
Unfortunately for some, the cold reality of the business bites them and they end up leaving the company either on their own terms or not.
Some superstars become much happier after leaving WWE because they can pick their own bookings and use the hype they had in WWE to ask for as much money as possible.
While many wrestlers claim to be happier outside of WWE, it does not mean they would not be open to returning to end their career on a high note.
Every baseball player would rather end their career in the World Series more than playing for a farm league, and the same logic applies to wrestlers.
This is a list of five people who should come to WWE before they decide to hang up the boots for good.