Were those talents really worth anything in the grand scheme of things?
Do you hate Cena that much that you've got your blinders on to situation?
Chavo Guerrero: A charity case his entire career.
Kenny Dykstra: Mid-carder talent at best.
Tyler Reks: Jobber to the mid-carders.
Michael Traver: See Reks.
Get off your high horse here and snap into reality. None of these guys would of amounted to squat the only reason you give a damn is because Cena's name was mentioned in the twits.
You want to know who the WWE dropped the ball on? Here is a list:
Dudley Boys (singles)
Umaga (God rest his soul)
Those are the type of talents that you should be bitching about getting fucked by the WWE system and not the ones who've taken to twitter to pissed and moaned about pushes they never should of received in the first place.
Carlito - Garnered a reputation for being lazy and unmotivated. Seemed to be happy with remaining a midcarder for life instead of getting the push to the top that many thought he would have.
Dudley Boys - True, they have done fine as singles competitors in TNA [Especially Bubba]. However, they had always been tag teamers and, often times, many tag teamers that go single fail miserably so nothing new.
John Morrison - Achieved about all he was worth. Had little charisma and almost no mic skill abilities. Hardly dropped the bill.
Mark Jindrak - Can't remember him enough now to care or recall his potential.
Matt Morgan - In-Ring skills were not that great and his mic skills/charisma were also lacking.
Nick Dinsmore - True, he was definitely wasted.
WGTT - Both lacked charisma to be main eventers although they could have stayed as midcard talent and prospered.
Umaga - Come now, the reason he was depushed and eventually released in the first place is because he had a major drug dependence and refused to go to rehab. Hardly wasted, got a bigger push than almost any other talent not named Orton or Cena during the height of that gimmick.