Wrestling: 10 Biggest Surprises and 10 Biggest Disappointments of 2010

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Wrestling: 10 Biggest Surprises and 10 Biggest Disappointments of 2010

After a disappointing review of my last slideshow by veteran writers here, I decided to go back to the drawing board and follow up with something new, something never done before on the B/R. After weeks of seemingly fresh ideas, many of which were too similar to others, I was lost in the crowd.

 

After posting the weekly Drive With Rize, one of the most prominent writers on the B/R sparked a fire within me and gave me the idea for this slideshow. Thanks, A.Version 2.0.

No one on the B/R would've predicted that 2010 would be the rise of the mid-carder. Some superstars have made triumphant returns to the squared circle. Others have finally reached the summit. After being held back their whole careers, some have branched out.

 

Finally, the Rookies have the spotlight. Guys we had never heard of before last year are taking the places of veterans. But while they rise, others fall.

 

Former World Champions have slowly turned into jobbers for the up-and-comers. While there is no apparent reason for their swift fall from the top spot, it's easy to see they won't be reigning over the WWE any time soon.

Management has made it PURE HELL for some of the guys. But let's begin on a positive note with the top 10 surprises: the superstars that truly broke out.

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