Post by ThankGodForSidJustice89 on Dec 22, 2019 17:38:00 GMT -5
Sheamus was also around in in 2009 and went through the decade without leaving. It's tough to say who will make the whole decade as ten years is such long time. I'll say Rollins since he's been so pro WWE lately and still fairly young for a man in the business at 33. Then I'll say all the smaller workrate guys on Raw with no character (Ricochet, Alexander, Humberto, Buddy Murphy). Still young and love the business and can't see them leaving to do something else.
That's probably it though. Don't see any of the women making it as almost their entire roster is made up of women who are 28-33 years old and women usually don't wrestle into their late 30's-early 40's. They love Becky and Charlotte but they are both already going on 33-34 so probably unlikely they'll make it at least still in a wrestling role. Only really young women they are Liv Morgan, Sonya Deville, Sarah Logan, and Peyton Royce (all 25-26) and they clearly don't like any of those four enough that they're going to keep them around for 10 years or that they'll want to stick around that long
Sheamus was also around in in 2009 and went through the decade without leaving.
Aside from the brief hiatus due to the tie incident Daniel Bryan has been around since 2009. The Usos debuted in FCW in late 2009 so I'd count them. Zack Ryder never left. R-Truth returned in 2008 so he's been there over 10 years. Primo debuted in 2008, teaming with Carlito. Heath Slater has been under the WWE banner since 2006. Big Show, John Cena, Kane and Undertaker are all still under contract so technically they're still there from 2009. Natalya has been there since 2007.