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WWE Future Candidates

Alberto Del Rio is the son of Mexican wrestling legend, Dos Caras, and appears to have eclipsed his famous father’s career. Del Rio hit prominence in the WWE in his mid-30’s, and though he has had a relatively brief career by WWE standards, it is conceivable that his best is yet to come and many…
Beth Phoenix left the WWE, and though the “Glamazon” was praised for her combination of strength and skill, we could not help but think that she was used poorly during her overall run. Truthfully, she had the potential to transcend into the upper ranks the way that Lita and Trish Stratus did the decade before,…
Did Bobby Lashley do enough to warrant a rank? Currently trying to pursue a career in Mixed Martial Arts, we will hold off on any potential rank as we are not ruling out a potential WWE comeback. During his relatively brief tenure for Vince, Lashley was pushed strong as monster sized face and competed in…
Shocingly returning to the WWE in a limited schedule in 2012, Brock Lesnar became (at the time) the youngest WWE World Heavyweight Champion ever.  Lesnar left to pursue a successful career in Mixed Martial Arts, and this his future induction to the WWE Hall of Fame is a lot more likely than it was only…
He may not have had the success of his uncle Eddie, but Chavo Guerrero Jr. remained in the National wrestling spotlight for a whopping sixteen years between 1996 and 2011 competing for WCW and WWE.  An excellent wrestler who as part of the legendary Guerrero clan, Chavo never failed to deliver solid matches and often…
It was not that long ago that Chris Jericho took a sabbatical from the WWE only to come back and morph into a stronger hard edged character. Now that he as again departed from Sports Entertainment to pursue other interests, fans wonder if it is a matter of time before he returns, or before he…
We hope when it is all said and done that Christian is thought of as more than Edge’s former tag team partner. Although he was justifiably in Edge’s shadow (Edge deserved to be the breakout star of the duo), Christian had a fine career in his own right, and put together an overall body of…
CM Punk may not just be the best wrestler in the current era; he might just be the greatest talker too. A game changer in the industry, CM Punk will vault into a top five spot on our list once his in ring career comes to an end, and we hope that won’t happen for…
Batista may be well north of 40 and a grandfather to boot, but we are going to wait to see how his proposed MMA career progresses before we rank the Animal.  Batista may have gotten a late start in the wrestling game, but his rapid ascent to the top of the WWE mountain, makes him…
The reincarnation of Mr. Perfect, Dolph Ziggler has become one of the top wrestlers in the game, and one that fans struggle to hate due to his immense talent. The “Show off” should have many more top notch matches in him, and if he continues at this pace, the WWE Hall of Fame should be…
Another WWE Diva who left the organization at a relatively young age, Eve Torres was on her way to becoming a really good worker and had really come in to her own as a heel. She is still young enough to make a comeback to the “E”, but her departure left a serious void in…
The biggest star in the WWE for the last ten years has also been its most polarizing. Love him or hate him, when John Cena retires from professional wrestling he will be a first ballot WWE Hall of Famer and will vault to the top (or near it) of our Notinhalloffame.com list. It is hard…
A frequent opponent of Rey Mysterio in Mexico and WCW, Juventud Guerrera, did not have as good a career as Mysterio, nor was his run in the WWE anything to celebrate, but the high flying luchadore was a major talent, and had he had his act together and put together a good run for Vince,…
A sure thing for the WWE Hall of Fame after he retires, the former Isaac Yankem did it all in the WWE.  At present, in various incarnations Glenn Jabocs has been with the “E” for sixteen years and that type of service along with the in ring success that went with it should make the…
After the first few years as a bungling sexually obsessed fool, there was nobody who would have pencilled in “Sexual Chocolate” as a WWE Hall of Famer. Yet after years of hard work and slowly shedding the comedy, Mark Henry late in his career became a WWE superstar worth watching and one of the great…

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  • 73. Chris Hinton
    73. Chris Hinton
    People may remember when John Elway refused to report the Baltimore Colts when he was selected first overall in 1983.  Baltimore traded him to Denver, but it wasn’t all bad for the Colts as they received a future seven time Pro Bowler in return.Baltimore would soon relocate to Indianapolis, and though the Colts weren’t very good at the time, Chris…
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