10 WWE Stars Who Flopped In TNA Wrestling
These former WWE stars certainly flopped in TNA Wrestling
9. Val Venis
Val Venis managed to have himself quite the long WWE career before finally being given the boot in 2009.
Luckily, TNA were going through a phase of signing every reject they could, even if they had been a glorified enhancement talent for years and were about a decade removed from their Attitude Era prime.
That was good news for Val, who showed up in TNA in January 2010, wrestling under his real name Sean Morley.
He still had the towel and somewhat sexy theme music but, really, he was just a bald bloke in trunks. He debuted on the big January 4th live episode of IMPACT, which was the first one to go head-to-head with WWE Raw, appearing in a backstage segment with the Beautiful People.
From there, he explained he was now an adult film producer (rather than a star) and feuded with Christopher Daniels, beating The Fallen Angel at the Genesis pay-per-view. He also turned heel and beat Jeff Jarrett in a Falls Count Anywhere bout on IMPACT, but then quit the company a day later, citing a desire to work in Mexico.