Big things are going down in TNA. The company may look drastically different a year from now than it does today.
For fun, let's imagine that it happens.
When WCW went out of business, the WWF snatched it up—but only bought out the contracts of about 20 wrestlers. Many of the top talents had deals that would have required massive buyouts (Goldberg, Kevin Nash), though there were many wrestlers that the WWF just wasn’t interested in.
Now, just to lay this out there, WWE would never run TNA as a fully separate entity. Impact just hasn't been successful enough for them to strongly consider it. Lest we forget the new Monday Night War of 2010. A TNA vs. WWE invasion angle would never happen either.
But that doesn’t mean WWE shouldn’t be interested in some of the company’s talent.
Even though WWE has its own developmental system, the WWE brass would be foolish not to bring in wrestlers with years of experience and untapped potential if they were available.
Check out the last slide for some notable omissions, but here are the top 12 wrestlers WWE should take from TNA.