Jon Heidenreich had a strange “split personality” gimmick, but his physique and strange charisma made him a superstar that had a lot of potential.
He debuted in the WWE on September 29, 2003, of Monday Night Raw.
After a brief WWE stint, Heidenreich was sent back to OVW (2003-04) to gain experience.
He returned to the WWE on an episode of SmackDown and was under the management of Paul Heyman.
Upon his return, Heidenreich had a psychopath gimmick and would interfere in random matches. He would even attack fans in the crowd!
Under Heyman, Heidenreich's biggest feud was with The Undertaker, which didn't last very long.
After turning face, he always received a positive reaction from the fans.
Throughout his short WWE career, Heidenreich managed to capture just one championship when he teamed with Road Warrior Animal and won the WWE Tag Team Titles.
John Heidenreich was released by the WWE on January 17, 2006.
Matt Morgan, if you remember, made his debut October 30, 2003 on SmackDown.
He's as tall as the Big Show (7 ft.) but weighs 100 lbs. less. His size and physique are astounding.
On his debut, Morgan was chosen to join Brock Lesnar’s 2003 Survivor Series team. At the time, Paul Heyman was the SmackDown General Manager and picked the members of Team Lesnar.
Heyman showed interest in Morgan, having him team with Lesnar in a few tag matches.
Morgan was sent to OVW to gain experience. When he returned, his gimmick was that of a stuttering giant who would get very defensive when asked about his speech disorder.
Matt Morgan was released from the WWE on July 5, 2005.
With gimmicks like these, no wonder these guys didn't last.