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21st Feb '17 9:54:10 PM Cindylover1969
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* ''Radio/TheMaryWhitehouseExperience'' featured four young comedians in a show that later transferred to TV. It was really two double acts. Creator/DavidBaddiel and Rob Newman later became the first stand-up comics to sell out tours in massive stadium venues seating ten thousand or more - effectively the first superstar comedians. Their [=TMWE=] colleagues Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis went onto moderate fame (Hugh Dennis is these days a well-th-ught-of comic TV actor and panel game regular), but neither gained the same dizzying heights as Baddiel or Newman.

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* ''Radio/TheMaryWhitehouseExperience'' featured four young comedians in a show that later transferred to TV. It was really two double acts. Creator/DavidBaddiel and Rob Newman later became the first stand-up comics to sell out tours in massive stadium venues seating ten thousand or more - effectively the first superstar comedians. Their [=TMWE=] colleagues Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis went onto moderate fame (Hugh Dennis is these days a well-th-ught-of well-thought-of comic TV actor and panel game regular), but neither gained the same dizzying heights as Baddiel or Newman.



* An interesting case for the main ladies of ''Film/MeanGirls''. After the movie, Creator/LindsayLohan looked like she was poised for superstardom...but things did not turn out that way and her film roles since have not been able to achieve the same success. The other ladies however did well for themselves. Creator/LaceyChabert has been in consistent employment with voice acting and TV-movies, and Creator/RachelMcAdams and Creator/AmandaSeyfried have become two of the most successful actresses of the decade. Fame-wise, Lohan is still far ahead of any of the others, so Chabert ultimately loses in the end.

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* An interesting case for the main ladies of ''Film/MeanGirls''. After the movie, Creator/LindsayLohan looked like she was poised for superstardom...but things did not turn out that way and her film roles since have not been able to achieve the same success. The other ladies however did well for themselves. Creator/LaceyChabert has been in consistent employment with voice acting and TV-movies, and Creator/RachelMcAdams and Creator/AmandaSeyfried have become two of the most successful actresses of the decade. Fame-wise, Lohan is still far ahead of any of the others, so Chabert ultimately loses in the end. "And none for Gretchen Wieners, bye!" indeed...
13th Feb '17 12:51:34 AM LaptopGuy
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* The ''Film/DiaryOfAWimpyKid'' movies had three (not counting Rachael Harris and Steve Zahn, who were well-established at the time). Creator/ChloeMoretz, who played the original character Angie in the first film, later shot to superstardom a month after its release with her critically acclaimed turn as Hit-Girl in the R-rated superhero comedy ''Film/KickAss'' and since then has become one of the decade's most popular young actresses. Meanwhile, Creator/PeytonList and Karan Brar, who played Holly Hills and Chirag Gupta, respectively, were both cast onto the Disney Channel sitcom ''Series/{{Jessie}}'', where they played two children of a celebrity power couple, and reprised their roles on its camp-themed sequel series ''Series/{{Bunkd}}''. Devon Bostick (Rodrick) has a considerably lower profile, but he's doing well enough on ''Series/The100'', whereas Zachary Gordon and Robert Capron all but vanished from the spotlight.

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* The ''Film/DiaryOfAWimpyKid'' movies had three (not counting Rachael Harris and Steve Zahn, who were well-established at the time). Creator/ChloeMoretz, who played the original character Angie in the first film, later shot to superstardom a month after its release with her critically acclaimed turn as Hit-Girl in the R-rated superhero comedy ''Film/KickAss'' and since then has become one of the decade's most popular young actresses. Meanwhile, Creator/PeytonList Creator/PeytonRList and Karan Brar, who played Holly Hills and Chirag Gupta, respectively, were both cast onto the Disney Channel sitcom ''Series/{{Jessie}}'', where they played two children of a celebrity power couple, and reprised their roles on its camp-themed sequel series ''Series/{{Bunkd}}''. Devon Bostick (Rodrick) has a considerably lower profile, but he's doing well enough on ''Series/The100'', whereas Zachary Gordon and Robert Capron all but vanished from the spotlight.
11th Feb '17 2:46:34 PM IlGreven
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* The stars of the St. Louis Rams "Greatest Show On Turf": Kurt Warner, Marshall Faulk, Isaac Bruce, Torry Holt, Az-Zahir Hakim and Ricky Proehl. Faulk is now in the Football Hall of Fame. Warner is a likely shoo-in once he's eligible. Isaac Bruce and Torry Holt are maybes. Proehl, although not as well-known as the other four, played in four Super Bowls and won two. Hakim did very little after leaving the Rams.

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* The stars of the St. Louis Rams "Greatest Show On Turf": Kurt Warner, Marshall Faulk, Isaac Bruce, Torry Holt, Az-Zahir Hakim and Ricky Proehl. Faulk is and Warner are now in the Football Hall of Fame. Warner is a likely shoo-in once he's eligible.Fame. Isaac Bruce and Torry Holt are maybes. Proehl, although not as well-known as the other four, played in four Super Bowls and won two. Hakim did very little after leaving the Rams.
6th Feb '17 6:06:27 PM LaptopGuy
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* An interesting case for the main ladies of ''Film/MeanGirls''. After the movie, Creator/LindsayLohan looked like she was poised for superstardom...but things did not turn out that way and her film roles since have not been able to achieve the same success. The other ladies however did well for themselves. Creator/LaceyChabert has been in consistent employment with voice acting and TV-movies, and Creator/RachelMcAdams and Creator/AmandaSeyfried have become two of the most successful actresses of the decade. Still, Lohan is much more famous than any of the others, so Chabert is probably the least successful of the four main stars.

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* An interesting case for the main ladies of ''Film/MeanGirls''. After the movie, Creator/LindsayLohan looked like she was poised for superstardom...but things did not turn out that way and her film roles since have not been able to achieve the same success. The other ladies however did well for themselves. Creator/LaceyChabert has been in consistent employment with voice acting and TV-movies, and Creator/RachelMcAdams and Creator/AmandaSeyfried have become two of the most successful actresses of the decade. Still, Fame-wise, Lohan is much more famous than still far ahead of any of the others, so Chabert is probably ultimately loses in the least successful of the four main stars.end.



* The original ''Franchise/StarWars'' series is a slightly bitty example, with established names Alec Guinness and Peter Cushing on the opening cast, largely because the backers expected it, and Creator/JamesEarlJones[[labelnote:*]]whose performance in ''A New Hope'' originally went '''uncredited'''[[/labelnote]] as a voice actor. But the rest of the cast were all inexpensive unknowns. Creator/HarrisonFord alone got a leg-up to further major leading roles, most notably as Indiana Jones, and achieved big box-office fame. Everyone else had to contend with [[IAmNotSpock typecasting deadends]] and AdamWesting, or make do with largely unaffected careers (although Creator/MarkHamill [[ComicBook/TheJoker eventually launched a highly successful voice acting career]]), or, in the case of Peter Mayhew (Chewbacca), return to civilian life as a hospital porter. [[WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy Peter Griffin]] lampshaded Ford's success in the ''Film/ANewHope'' parody. "I'm Han Solo, captain of the Millennium Falcon and the only actor whose career isn't destroyed by this movie."

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* The original ''Franchise/StarWars'' series is a slightly bitty example, with established names Alec Guinness and Peter Cushing on the opening cast, largely because the backers expected it, and Creator/JamesEarlJones[[labelnote:*]]whose performance in ''A New Hope'' originally went '''uncredited'''[[/labelnote]] as a voice actor. But the rest of the cast were all inexpensive unknowns. Creator/HarrisonFord alone got a leg-up to further major leading roles, most notably as Indiana Jones, and achieved big box-office fame. Everyone else had to contend with [[IAmNotSpock typecasting deadends]] and AdamWesting, or make do with largely unaffected careers (although Creator/MarkHamill [[ComicBook/TheJoker eventually launched a highly successful voice acting career]]), career most famously voicing ComicBook/TheJoker), or, in the case of Peter Mayhew (Chewbacca), return to civilian life as a hospital porter. [[WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy Peter Griffin]] lampshaded Ford's success in the ''Film/ANewHope'' parody. "I'm Han Solo, captain of the Millennium Falcon and the only actor whose career isn't destroyed by this movie."



* So far, Creator/ZacEfron is the only ''Film/HighSchoolMusical'' cast member to achieve mainstream success with films like ''[[Film/SeventeenAgain 17 Again]]'' and ''Film/{{Neighbors}}''. Creator/VanessaHudgens has done moderately well with a career in singing and Broadway while everyone else has faded into obscurity.

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* So far, Creator/ZacEfron is the only ''Film/HighSchoolMusical'' cast member to achieve mainstream success with films like ''[[Film/SeventeenAgain 17 Again]]'' and ''Film/{{Neighbors}}''. Creator/VanessaHudgens has done moderately well with a career in singing and Broadway and Creator/AshleyTisdale made a mark on TV, while everyone else has faded into obscurity.



* The ''Film/DiaryOfAWimpyKid'' movies had three (not counting Rachael Harris and Steve Zahn, who were well-established at the time). Creator/ChloeMoretz, who played the original character Angie in the first film, later shot to superstardom a month after its release with her critically acclaimed turn as Hit-Girl in the R-rated superhero comedy ''Film/KickAss'' and since then has become one of the decade's most popular young actresses. Meanwhile, Creator/PeytonList and Karan Brar, who played Holly Hills and Chirag Gupta, respectively, were both cast onto the Disney Channel sitcom ''Series/{{Jessie}}'', where they played two children of a celebrity power couple, and reprised their roles on its camp-themed sequel series ''Series/{{Bunkd}}''. Devon Bostick (Rodrick) has a considerably lower profile, but he's doing well enough on ''Series/The100'', whereas Zachary Gordon and Robert Capron all but vanished from the spotlight.



* After progressive rock band Music/{{Hawkwind}} kicked out Lemmy Kilmister, their bass player, he started up his own band which is far better known. That band? Music/{{Motorhead}}.

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* After progressive rock band Music/{{Hawkwind}} kicked out Lemmy Ian Kilmister, their bass player, he started up his own band which is far better known. That band? Yup, that's Lemmy from Music/{{Motorhead}}.



* After Music/TheJonasBrothers broke up in 2013 due to being dropped by the Creator/DisneyChannel and increasing levels of cultural irrelevance thanks to Music/OneDirection, two of its members formed careers of their own to commercial (though not quite to the level of the band at their prime) and critical (much moreso than the band) success:

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* After Music/TheJonasBrothers broke up in 2013 due to being dropped by the Creator/DisneyChannel and increasing levels of cultural irrelevance thanks to Music/OneDirection, Music/OneDirection and Music/JustinBieber, two of its members formed careers of their own to commercial (though not quite to the level of the band at their prime) and critical (much moreso than the band) success:



** Music/JoeJonas founded DNCE, a band with an upbeat funky disco sound, and their debut single "Cake By the Ocean" was ''the'' song of Summer 2016. Only time will tell whether they'll be a one-hit wonder or something more.
** As for Kevin, he had a (very) brief stint on the reality tv circuit with ''Series/CelebrityApprentice'' and ''Married to Jonas'' before fading into complete obscurity.

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** Music/JoeJonas founded DNCE, a band with an upbeat funky disco sound, and their debut single "Cake By the Ocean" was ''the'' song of Summer 2016. Only time will tell whether they'll be a one-hit wonder or something more.huge hit. Unfortunately, they've yet to score a notable follow-up.
** As for Kevin, he had a (very) brief stint on the reality tv TV circuit with ''Series/CelebrityApprentice'' and ''Married to Jonas'' before fading but never returned to the music biz and faded into complete obscurity.



* This has happened with Curt Hawkins and Wrestling/ZackRyder as the latter was established as a hot new heel on Wrestling/{{ECW}} with his memorable {{catchphrase}} and [[EarWorm theme music]], while the former completely disappeared from WWE television and returned to FCW. Hawkins would later return as part of a very unmemorable tag team with Vance Archer which would later break up with Hawkins going nowhere on Superstars while Archer got released. However, it was during that short period of time that it would look like Hawkins might have a shot at surpassing his partner as ECW went off the air and was replaced by NXT, [[DemotedToExtra leaving Ryder stuck on Superstars as well]]. However, Ryder would become an underground hit when he debuted his WebOriginal series, WebVideo/ZTrueLongIslandStory. With a huge following on the IWC, Ryder would eventually [[HeelFaceTurn turn face]] and get featured on both RAW and Smackdown as a result (Ryder defeated Wrestling/DolphZiggler at the 2011 WWE TLC PPV for the United States Championship), all while Curt Hawkins made sporadic appearances as a jobber-to-the-stars before getting released.

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* This has happened with Curt Hawkins and Wrestling/ZackRyder as the latter was established as a hot new heel on Wrestling/{{ECW}} with his memorable {{catchphrase}} and [[EarWorm theme music]], while the former completely disappeared from WWE television and returned to FCW. Hawkins would later return as part of a very unmemorable tag team with Vance Archer which would later break up with Hawkins going nowhere on Superstars while Archer got released. However, it was during that short period of time that it would look like Hawkins might have a shot at surpassing his partner as ECW went off the air and was replaced by NXT, [[DemotedToExtra leaving Ryder stuck on Superstars as well]]. However, Ryder would become an underground hit when he debuted his WebOriginal series, WebVideo/ZTrueLongIslandStory. With a huge following on the IWC, Ryder would eventually [[HeelFaceTurn turn face]] and get featured on both RAW and Smackdown as a result (Ryder defeated Wrestling/DolphZiggler at the 2011 WWE TLC PPV for the United States Championship), all while Curt Hawkins made sporadic appearances as a jobber-to-the-stars before getting released. Hawkins came back to WWE in 2016, but never came close to the heights his former tag team partner had reached five years earlier, or even where he was now.



* WWE had the Spirit Squad, a five-man stable consisting of male cheerleaders Kenny, Johnny, Mitch, Nicky, and Mikey. Out of the five only Nicky has been continuously employed in the WWE, having been repackaged as Wrestling/DolphZiggler, enjoying singles success and eventually becoming a Triple Crown champion. Ironically, the whole Spirit Squad gimmick was used to put over Kenny. That worked to his disadvantage, as he [[NeverLiveItDown forever became associated with the gimmick.]] Even years after the breakup, Kenny Dykstra was still the butt of Spirit Squad chants and jokes. Mikey, although never as popular as Ziggler, had a solid career on the independent scene as Mike Mondo. Kenny and Mikey eventually [[HesBack returned to the WWE]] as midcarders in 2016.

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* WWE had the Spirit Squad, a five-man stable consisting of male cheerleaders Kenny, Johnny, Mitch, Nicky, and Mikey. Out of the five only Nicky has been continuously employed in the WWE, having been repackaged as Wrestling/DolphZiggler, enjoying singles success and eventually becoming a Triple Crown champion. Ironically, the whole Spirit Squad gimmick was used to put over Kenny. That worked to his disadvantage, as he [[NeverLiveItDown forever became associated with the gimmick.]] Even years after the breakup, Kenny Dykstra was still the butt of Spirit Squad chants and jokes. Mikey, although never as popular as Ziggler, had a solid career on the independent scene as Mike Mondo. Kenny and Mikey eventually [[HesBack returned to the WWE]] as midcarders in 2016.2016, but still never came close to Ziggler's popularity.



* Played straight with Legacy, though not in the way people expected. Wrestling/{{Ted DiBiase|Jr}} was initially planned to be breakout with him turning face against Wrestling/RandyOrton and he had starred in the DirectToVideo sequel to ''Film/TheMarine''. [[MisaimedFandom/ProfessionalWrestling The plans got derailed when Orton's popularity caused him to be booked as a face against DiBiase and Rhodes.]] After Wrestlemania, Ted was given [[Wrestling/TedDiBiase his father's]] gimmick and failed to get over even with Virgil and later Maryse by his side. Meanwhile, Wrestling/CodyRhodes was drafted to Smackdown and became [[DistractedByMyOwnSexy "Dashing"]]. Cody's been a mainstay of the show, winning the WWE tag team championship for the fourth time with Drew [=McIntyre=], being in World title contention, getting another gimmick overhaul, and winning a Wrestling/WrestleMania match against Wrestling/{{Rey Mysterio|Jr}}. Rhodes won the Intercontinental Championship on an episode of [=SmackDown=] on August 12, 2011 and has become one of the top heels in the WWE. [=DiBiase=] left wrestling in 2013.

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* Played straight with Legacy, though not in the way people expected. Wrestling/{{Ted DiBiase|Jr}} was initially planned to be breakout with him turning face against Wrestling/RandyOrton and he had starred in the DirectToVideo sequel to ''Film/TheMarine''. [[MisaimedFandom/ProfessionalWrestling The plans got derailed when Orton's popularity caused him to be booked as a face against DiBiase and Rhodes.]] After Wrestlemania, Ted was given [[Wrestling/TedDiBiase his father's]] gimmick and failed to get over even with Virgil and later Maryse by his side. Meanwhile, Wrestling/CodyRhodes was drafted to Smackdown and became [[DistractedByMyOwnSexy "Dashing"]]. Cody's been a mainstay of the show, winning the WWE tag team championship for the fourth time with Drew [=McIntyre=], being in World title contention, getting another gimmick overhaul, and winning a Wrestling/WrestleMania match against Wrestling/{{Rey Mysterio|Jr}}. Rhodes won the Intercontinental Championship on an episode of [=SmackDown=] on August 12, 2011 and has become one of the top heels in the WWE. [=DiBiase=] left wrestling in 2013.2013, while Rhodes later found success as a face and with a new heel gimmick "Stardust" before leaving in 2016.



** Wrestling/CMPunk doesn't count, as while he ascended superstardom after dissolving what was last of the Nexus, he was already well-established beforehand by being a three-time world champion at the time, and although Bryan may surpass him one day (he already has in overness), he remains the group's most successful member. Neither does John Cena, for that matter. Although he's far more successful than any other Nexus member, he was much more established than Punk was and had been a superstar for years.
* Brian Kendrick was briefly the breakout of Wrestling/LondonAndKendrick; he hung around for about a year after the team split, and got a decent singles push as ''[[SpellMyNameWithAThe The]]'' Brian Kendrick. Paul London, meanwhile, was released just a few months after the team was broken up.

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** Wrestling/CMPunk doesn't count, as while he ascended superstardom after dissolving what was last of the Nexus, he was already well-established beforehand by being a three-time world champion at the time, and although Bryan may surpass him one day (he already has in overness), he remains the group's most successful member. Neither does John Cena, for that matter. Although he's far more successful than any other Nexus member, he was much more established than Punk was and had been a superstar for years.
* Brian Kendrick was briefly the breakout of Wrestling/LondonAndKendrick; Wrestling/LondonAndKendrick (although London was a more established solo star at the time of their formation); he hung around for about a year after the team split, and got a decent singles push as ''[[SpellMyNameWithAThe The]]'' Brian Kendrick. Paul London, meanwhile, was released just a few months after the team was broken up.



* Eric Alexander, later known as Mr. E, was a perfectly acceptable mid card wrestler in IWA Puerto Rico and WWC on his way to the main event who equaled or out shined all his tag team partners everywhere he went, excepting his Puerto Rican Nightmares tag team partner Eddie Colon in WWE. While Primo's WWE career is hardly the stuff of legend, "Eric Escobar" was seemingly called out of developmental just to mock his pre WWE success.

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* Eric Alexander, later known as Mr. E, was a perfectly acceptable mid card wrestler in IWA Puerto Rico and WWC on his way to the main event who equaled or out shined all his tag team partners everywhere he went, excepting his Puerto Rican Nightmares tag team partner Eddie Colon in WWE. While Primo's WWE career is hardly the stuff of legend, "Eric Escobar" was seemingly called out of developmental just to reintroduce Wrestling/VickieGuerrero to WWE TV and to mock his pre WWE success.



* Crazzy Steve outlasted the other members of The Menagerie (Knux and The Freak), and went on to become a tag team champion alongside Abyss as half of Decay.

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* Crazzy Steve outlasted the other members of The Menagerie (Knux and The Freak), and went on to become a tag team champion alongside Abyss as half of Decay. That being said, Knux and the Freak were well-established veterans at that point.
4th Feb '17 7:47:09 PM missmoon
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* George Michael and Wham!, to the point that Andrew Ridgeley is to music what Marty Jannetty is to wrestling.

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* George Michael Music/GeorgeMichael and Wham!, to the point that Andrew Ridgeley is to music what Marty Jannetty is to wrestling.wrestling. In Andrew's defense, he was tired of the industry and preferred a quiet and comfortable life in Cornwall. He and George Michael remained friends until Michael's death in 2016.
1st Feb '17 8:45:13 PM McJeff
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* Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal once featured three chefs on the box without much of an identity. At some point, two of the chefs (apocryphally named Bob and Quello) were removed and the third was given an official name (Wendell) and started playing a much bigger role in ads for the cereal.

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* Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal once featured three chefs on the box named Wendell, Bob and Quello (their names were written on their hats), but without much of an identity. any personality besides Wendell being the lead chef. At some point, two of the chefs (apocryphally named Bob and Quello) were removed and the third Wendell was given an official name (Wendell) actual personality and started playing a much bigger role in ads for the cereal.cereal while Bob and Quello disappeared.
27th Jan '17 4:10:38 PM sayaleviathan
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* Among the ''Film/Twilight'' cast, Creator/AnnaKendrick is the most successful among the supporting cast thanks to starring several films like ''Film/UpInTheAir'' and the ''Film/PitchPerfect'' movies while the rest are struggling on TV roles. Among the main trio, Creator/RobertPattinson still make several movies for some time while Creator/KristenStewart continues getting her indie cred back but Creator/TaylorLautner doesn't do much these days.

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* Among the ''Film/Twilight'' ''Film/{{Twilight}}'' cast, Creator/AnnaKendrick is the most successful among the supporting cast thanks to starring several films like ''Film/UpInTheAir'' and the ''Film/PitchPerfect'' movies while the rest are struggling on TV roles. Among the main trio, Creator/RobertPattinson still make several movies for some time while Creator/KristenStewart continues getting her indie cred back but Creator/TaylorLautner doesn't do much these days.
27th Jan '17 10:18:07 AM KantonKage
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* Edge & Christian - Wrestling/{{Edge}} has had three times the amount of World titles Wrestling/{{Christian}} has, and in a bigger company at that. Although Christian has held more independent titles and is a Grand Slam Champion, the one accomplishment that Edge never managed. However, they've both gone on to far, far more success than their original leader in the days of the Brood, [[Wrestling/DavidHeath Gangrel]].

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* Edge & Christian - Wrestling/{{Edge}} has had three times the amount of World titles Wrestling/{{Christian}} has, and in a bigger company at that. Although Christian has held more independent titles and is a first generation Grand Slam Champion, the one accomplishment that Edge never managed.managed though he did manage to become a second generation Grand Slam champion. However, they've both gone on to far, far more success than their original leader in the days of the Brood, [[Wrestling/DavidHeath Gangrel]].
24th Jan '17 7:40:07 AM MeAndMyNerdyBat
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** As with Carmack/Romero situation, it can also be considered a subversion - Fred Gallagher's take on MegaTokyo eventually became one of the biggest [[SnarkBait Snark Baits]] in the medium, while Rodney Caston found a modest-yet-respected position in video game development, getting to work on VideoGame/SecondLife and VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends.
15th Jan '17 6:29:50 AM DeepthroatGhoul
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* In '95, Jannetty teamed with Leif Cassidy to form the New Rockers. The team wasn't successful and Jannetty ended up being released after losing a WWF Championship match to his former partner Shawn Michaels. Cassidy was sent to Wrestling/{{ECW}} after the breakup and was repackaged as Wrestling/AlSnow. He became a main eventer in ECW and was a moderately successful mid-carder during the Wrestling/AttitudeEra, while the high point of Jannetty's post-WWF career was losing a PPV match for the WCW Cruiserweight Title against Wrestling/ChrisJericho.

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* In '95, 1996, Jannetty teamed with Leif Cassidy to form the New Rockers. The team wasn't successful and Jannetty ended up being released after losing a WWF Championship match to his former partner Shawn Michaels. Cassidy was sent to Wrestling/{{ECW}} after the breakup and was repackaged as Wrestling/AlSnow. He became a main eventer in ECW and was a moderately successful mid-carder during the Wrestling/AttitudeEra, while the high point of Jannetty's post-WWF career was losing a PPV match for the WCW Cruiserweight Title against Wrestling/ChrisJericho.
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