WWE's Future Endeavored Class of 2012: Who Stays, Who Goes?
by, 04-06-2012 at 07:10 PM (9951 Views)
As reported earlier, WWE's annual "Spring Cleaning" will likely take place next week before the 2012 WWE Draft commences on a special three-hour Monday Night RAW on Monday, April 23rd.
But don't expect the likes of Michael Cole, Vickie Guerrero, John Laurinaitis, and Hornswoggle to get the boot. Instead, the released Superstars will likely be talented wrestlers with no direction whatsoever.
I don't see very many Superstars on the main roster; the most affected in my opinion will be the Florida Championship Wrestling roster which may see as many as fifteen Superstars getting released.
And so without further ado, here are my predictions on who gets to be "future endeavored."
Evan Bourne: Bourne was a promising highflier who was a victim of backstage heat as well as not one, but two suspensions related to the WWE's Wellness Policy. Expect Bourne to be a major player in TNA's X-Division later this year once he recovers from his foot injury.
Ezekiel Jackson: Despite being a talented wrestler, Jackson was not one of Vince McMahon's favorites. And it's a shame, considering that Jackson is one of the best Superstars in the company but used erratically nonetheless.
Trent Baretta: Baretta has been AWOL for several months now and the former Dudebuster's days in the WWE could be numbered.
Kharma: The mammoth female wrestler has been AWOL since her pregnancy (save for an appearance at this year's Royal Rumble PPV). The WWE tends to favor former models (i.e. Kelly Kelly) and expect Kharma to be another talented Diva to be all but forgotten.
Heath Slater: Slater has been lost in the shuffle since splitting with The Corre last year.
Ted DiBiase, Jr.: This is my surprise choice to be "future endeavored." When DiBiase debuted in the WWE back in May 2008, he was considered to be the breakout star of Legacy. Whoops! Unfortunately, it was Cody Rhodes who would go on to become one of the biggest heels in the WWE; rendering DiBiase an afterthought.