WWE Legends Who Should Make a Return to the Ring

Alfred Konuwa@@ThisIsNastyFeatured ColumnistMarch 14, 2013

WWE fans are suckers for nostalgia. With WrestleMania returning to the New York-New Jersey market, many fans will be yearning for legends they grew up idolizing.

Even with all the stars who have been brought back during recent anniversary and Old School episodes of Raw, there is still a market for returning legends.

Batista has not been seen or heard from by WWE fans since departing in 2010.  He had a very strong heel run towards the end of his tenure and still keeps himself in great shape while training for mixed martial arts.

Roddy Piper was a staple at Madison Square Garden and would be welcomed with open arms by the east coast market.

Even Jake "The Snake" Roberts, currently on the road to recovery, would have strong value as a mouth piece for an up-and-coming star.

Whatever the case, WWE legends can continue to be used as a benefit to young stars while appeasing and maintaining an older fan base.

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