9 WWE Enhancement Talents From The Past Who Are Famous SUPERSTARS Now.

9 WWE Enhancement Talents From The Past Who Are Famous SUPERSTARS Now.


pro-wrestling can be a cruel business
more than the skills it takes years of resilience and patience before someone
finally achieves their dream of reaching the pinnacle of sports entertainment
there are several WWE Superstars who now rule the business but where once a part
of the backstage crew some of these top names of the modern day business
appeared in the old television segments long before they made their debut as a
professional wrestler former WWE superstar Tye Dillinger is currently signed with all elite wrestling where he goes by the name Shawn Spears and portrays a
heel character but long before he made a name for himself in the pro wrestling
business Dillinger was one of the enhancement talents spotted doing a
backstage segment back in 2006 the perfect-10 featured in a segment
alongside d-generation X at Cyber Sunday Shawn Michaels was quarreling with Triple
H in a hilarious conversation and was told that he doesn’t understand the
meaning of controversial following that Michaels came across Dillinger who
appeared as an employee called satan an infuriated HBK will then go on to
deliver a brutal superkick to take down the perfect-10 after spending a few
years in ECW and the independent circuit Dillinger returned to WWE
in 2013 he performed at NXT but could not get his hands on the gold a couple
of years ago he was moved to SmackDown but he couldn’t capture any championship
on the blue brand either Jeff Hardy has several WWE Championships registered to
his name during his time with the promotion the one half of the Hardy Boys
has managed to get his hands on both singles and tag team championships
widely regarded as one of the best high-flying
workers in the entire pro wrestling business Jeff Hardy worked through a lot
of personal issues to find the appreciation that he enjoys today but it
was not easy for him to find his way into the business before he became
famous for his high-flying maneuvers Jeff worked in a lot of backstage
segments a year after Jeff made his debut wwe star Mabel became the King of the
Ring and the latter preferred to be carried
to the ring thanks to that gimmick a young Jeff Hardy was spotted in action
as he was one of the guys getting Mabel in a brief segment despite countless physical issues
Sheamus defied all odds to follow his passion and became a WWE Superstar he
has gained the respect of the fans and peers who applaud his dedication to the
art but before Sheamus scripted his path to success in the promotion he appeared
as a security guard in one of the segments on WWE television back in 2006
Sheamus was spotted donning a security uniform as he escorted d-generation X
away from the side of the Ring the Irishman was seen standing behind
Triple H and Shawn Michaels right next to the barricade
along with the other members of WWE security Sheamus was almost successful
in taking the chaos away from the in-ring action but his attempts met a
predictable fate as he was attacked by Triple H The latter took down Sheamus after delivering a brutal pedigree. the following year Sheamus made his official
wwe debut at FCW and began his journey to stardom Cesaro is yet another WWE
Superstar who was first spotted in a segment that involved D-Generation X.
back then he was donning the uniform of WWE security as he tried to defend Shane
McMahon during the latter’s feud with the stable. in these photos
Cesaro can be seen in a hilarious encounter between Shane McMahon and
Triple H accompanied by Shawn Michaels he deserves major props for keeping a
straight face during the conversations years later Cesaro returned to WWE
and went on to win the United States Championship on the main roster he also
teamed up with Sheamus and went on to become a six-time Tag Team Champions
Currently, Cesaro portrays a heel gimmick that has seen him step up in the
build-up of important matches he has a massive fan following who would love to
see him engage in a meaningful feuds on the main roster former WWE Champion Rob
Van Dam is better known for his time in ECW but there is no denying the fact
that he enjoyed a lot of attention from the fans while working for WWE
unlike other wrestlers in this list RVD was not a part of the WWE backstage crew
instead he appeared as a member of the audience who was paid $100 for a brief
segment back in 1987 a 16 year old RVD was purposely planted in the
audience to facilitate a demeaning segment inside the ring at the time Ted
DiBiase would often pay people in the audience to use them for his in-ring
maneuvers RVD met Ted DiBiase during the skit the Million Dollar Man
that was featured on the television following that he was present in the
audience and was called inside the ring to kiss the letters foot RVD returned
to WWE in 2001 and went on to win the Intercontinental Championship he is
currently signed with Impact Wrestling but appeared during the Monday Night Raw
reunion episode that aired earlier this year Dean Ambrose is another former WWE
superstar who is currently signed with all elite wrestling there he performs
under the name Jon Moxley and it’s one of the biggest stars in the promotion
Ambrose had magnificent run in the WWE as both a single’s contender and as a
member of the shield but before he became a huge sensation in the Pro
Wrestling Ambrose will take on jobs that facilitated WWE backstage segments back
in 2006 Ambrose appeared as one of the druids
during The Undertaker’s mesmerizing entrance the former world champion was
briefly spotted next to the dead man who was on his way to deal with Kurt Angle
in the years that followed Ambrose clawed his way to the top of the roster
and went on to become one of the most loved superstars during his time with
WWE Dean Ambrose or Jon Moxley as he is now
known is one of the most charismatic performers to have graced the squared
circle he brings a perfect amalgamation of the brutality and humor which keeps
the fans entertained something that would have seemed like a far-fetched
dream for him back when he was just another druid for the Undertaker arguably
the biggest name in modern day Pro Wrestling CM Punk has a bittersweet
history with WWE that still prompts the supported chants for the best in the
world but before Punk went on to take the business by storm he was just
another extra involved with the backstage crew back in 2006 CM Punk
appeared as an extra during John Cena’s entrance at WrestleMania 22 Cena entered
the arena in a car that had a few gangsters hanging out by the side
carrying dummy guns he was set to face Triple H in the main event of
Wrestlemania and that was the first time when CM Punk saw the ‘Grandest Stage of
them all up close WrestleMania 22 was hosted by Allstate Arena and five years
later CM Punk returned to the building as a superstar
he went on to beat John Cena for the WWE Championship
at money in the bank and walked out of the same building as a champion one of
the most popular female superstars in WWE Alexa bliss made a name for herself
in the business by defying all conventional ideas associated with the
woman roster she’s brilliant on mic and knows how to work the crowd
before she became a five-time Women’s Champion
Little Miss Bliss appeared as an extra during triple H’s
entrance in 2014 bliss was spotted playing the role of one of the game’s
servants as he walked towards the ring at WrestleMania xxx soon after that bliss
found herself performing inside the squared circle at the grandest stage of
them all first she lost her title to Naomi in a six-pack challenge next year
her 223 days long title reign came to an end at the hands of Nia jax as the
latter picked the first title of her wrestling career also Alexa bliss was
the host of WrestleMania 2019 as her injury forced her to maintain distance
from the in-ring action Tommaso Ciampa is one of the most popular
superstars in the pro wrestling business today his magnificent in-ring skills
coupled with dramatic mic skills have helped him explore new altars of success
in his career the entire world knows that his first run in WWE saw him debut under
the ring name Tommaso back in 2007 however two years before Ciampa started
wrestling for the company he appeared in a segment with the Undertaker the dead
man was feuding with Muhammad hassan at the time Ciampa then known as Thomas Whitney, walked inside the squared circle as Hassan’s lawyer he also had a brief
moment on the mic during which he went on to read the legal statement on behalf
of his client a slightly amused Undertaker then went on to lay down a
vicious attack on Ciampa before he started hunting for Hassan it’s been a
little more than 14 years since this segment aired on WWE television and this
period saw the black heart goes from being a lawyer to the daddy courtesy of
the Black and Gold brand.

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