Daniel Bryan: After a brief suspension from WWE, returned in 2010; peaked in 2012 during his reign as World Heavyweight Champion, where he was best known for his YES! YES! YES! catchphrase. Has re-peaked in 2013. Forced to retire in 2016 fue to suffering from several concussions.
Cameron: Debuted (both in WWE and overall) in 2011.
Drew Hankinson: Left WWE in 2010, debuted in TNA in 2012, debuted in NJPW in 2013, won the IWGP Tag Team Championship three times, returned to WWE in 2016.
Jeff Hardy: Returned to TNA in 2010, which led to one of the most infamous moments in modern wrestling in which Hardy arrived to the main event of Victory Road 2011 doped to the gills. He's cleaned up his image since however. Returned to WWE with Matt Hardy in 2017.
Matt Hardy: Returned to WWE with Jeff Hardy in 2017.
Hulk Hogan: Had a failed run in TNA from 2010-2013, before returning to WWE in 2014. He was fired and near-Unpersoned the next year after recordings of him calling one of his daughter's boyfriends the N-word surfaced.
Kota Ibushi: Offically joined NJPW in 2013note he had a unique contract with both NJPW and DDT, allowing him to have two home promotions. Won the 2015 New Japan Cup. Went freelance in 2016, which allowed him to compete in the WWE Cruiserweight Classic, before returning to NJPW in 2017.
Mickie James: Left WWE and returned to TNA in 2010. Left TNA in 2013 and made a brief comeback in 2015. Returned to WWE in 2016 through NXT until officially joining the main roster in 2017.
Jeff Jarrett: Left TNA in 2014 to start a new promotion, Global Force Wrestling (GFW).
Gail Kim: Returned to TNA in 2011. Retired in 2017.
Satoshi Kojima: In 2010, he returned to New Japan Pro Wrestling and proceeded to win the G1 Climax, the IWGP Heavyweight Championship (again) and the NWA World Heavyweight Championship in three years time.
Candice LeRae. Peaked from 2013 onwards, having a one-off appereance in TNA facing TNA Knockouts Champion Gail Kim, forming her World's Cutest Tag Team with Joey Ryan that year, and also making appereances in Ring of Honor and WWE (in the latter's Mae Young Classic).
Brock Lesnar: Returned to WWE in 2012, and proved himself a force to be reckoned with.
Becky Lynch: Returned to wrestling as a manager after five years of retirement in 2011, until finally returning to action the following year. She debuted in the WWE through NXT in 2013, until she finally joins the main roster in 2015.
Tetsuya Naito: After a tour through CMLL and TNA in 2009, made his return to New Japan Pro Wrestling in January 2010, and went on to win the IWGP Tag Team Championship, NEVER Openweight Championship, the G1 Climax in 2013, the New Japan Cup in 2016, and eventually the IWGP Heavyweight Championship.
Shinsuke Nakamura: Became a megastar with his new "King of Strong Style" gimmick. Then debuted in NXT in 2016.
Kazuchika Okada: After being sent on a developmental tour to TNA, Okada returned to New Japan Pro Wrestling in January 2012, repackaged as "The Rainmaker", and defeated Hiroshi Tanahashi to win NJPW's top title, the IWGP Heavyweight Championship, making headlines and helping gather interest in New Japan as it experienced a major influx of interest not only in Japan but from other places in the world.
Kenny Omega: Debuted in New Japan Pro Wrestling in 2010, winning the IWGP Intercontinental Championship, IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship, IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship, and Openweight 6-Man Tag Team Championship.
Randy Orton: Had a succesful face run from 2010-2013 before joining The Authority.
Roman Reigns: Debuted in 2010. The breakout member of The Shield and the new top babyface of WWE, despite heavy fan outcry.
Cody Rhodes: Established himself as a singles start in 2010 during his "Dashing" phase. He also had one of the longest Intercontinental championship reigns during this period. Became Stardust in 2014.
Rhyno: After returning to WWE in 2015, he became one half of the inaugural SmackDown tag team champions with Heath Slater.
Matt Riddle: Debuted in pro wrestling in 2015 after a career in mixed martial arts.
The Rock: Returned to WWE in 2011 and wrestled for the first time in seven years.
Road Dogg: Reunited with Billy Gunn to reform the New Age Outlaws and won their sixth world tag team championship in WWE by winning the WWE Tag Team Championship in 2014.
Seth Rollins. Member of The Shield. Became WWE's top heel in 2014 and won the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in 2015.
Bobby Roode: Peaked from 2011-2013 and was the longest reigning TNA World Heavyweight Champion. In 2016, he joined WWE and captured the NXT championship.
Adam Rose: Had been wrestling as far as 1998, but didn't gain prominence until appearing in NXT in 2012 (and before that, in its predecessor, FCW) as Leo Kruger.
Rosemary: Member of Decay that debuted in TNA in 2016, won the Knockouts title at the end of the year.
Erick Rowan: In February 2011, Ruud signed a developmental contract with WWE and was assigned to their developmental territory Florida Championship Wrestling under the ring name Erick Rowan, where he debuted as a member of the Wyatt Family.
Ryback: Debuted in WWE in 2010 as Skip Sheffield, from WWE NXT and The Nexus, though that run pales in comparison to his time spent as Ryback.
Zack Ryder: After three years of being stuck in the mid-card with Curt Hawkins and later as a solo competitor, he became a huge internet favorite, leading him to the United States Championship.
Zack Sabre Jr.: Became famous in the middle of the decade for his technical wrestling in Pro Wrestling Noah, Progress Wrestling, Revolution Pro Wrestling, and Pro Wrestling Guerrilla.
Damien Sandow: Gimmick debuted in WWE in 2012. His "Idol Stevens" run of 2006 doesn't come close to what he's done now.
Marty Scurll: Gained sucess in Progress Wrestling and Ring of Honor during this decade with his "The Villain" gimmick.
Sheamus: Won his first WWE Championship at the very end of the previous decade, so most of his accomplishments were in this decade.
Katsuyori Shibata: Rejoined New Japan Pro Wrestling in 2012 after having left in 2005 to become a freelancer, had matches that earned a five star rating from Dave Meltzer in both 2013 and 2014, won NJPW's Openweight Championship in 2016.
The Ascension. Originally starting out as a stable in August 2011 consisting of Ricardo Rodriguez, Conor O'Brian, Kenneth Cameron, Tito Cole, and Raquel Díaz after several membership changes, it became a tag team of O'Brian and Rick Victor in 2013 that captured the NXT Tag Team Championships and had the longest reign in the title's history to date, while having their ring names shortened and tweaked to Konnor and Viktor, respectively. They were quickly promoted to the main roster afterwards, grabbing a new gimmick calling back on the teams of the 1980s like The Road Warriors.
The Authority. The McMahons, Triple H and Randy Orton join forces to screw over Daniel Bryan, Big Show and anyone else they don't like.
Bella Twins: After taking a one-year hiatus in 2012, both twins returned with a vengeance. Brie peaked in 2013 and Nikki peaked from 2014-2015.
Breezango. Both Breeze and Fandango debuted in 2010, teamed up in 2016.
ChickBusters. AJ debuted in 2007. Kaitlyn in 2010 (that year also marked both of their debuts in WWE). The team in 2011.
Enzo and Cass: Cass debuted in 2011, Enzo in 2012, the same year they teamed up.
Fortune. A band of TNA Originals united together by Ric Flair. Flair debuted in TNA on January 4, set the seeds on January 17 when he formed a partnership with AJ Styles, announced the group's formation on June 17, and declared the lineup complete on July 22, all 2010. All the other members had been in TNA for years beforehand, which played into the stable's mission statement.
The Nexus: A group of rookie wrestlers from WWE NXT who got together to take over WWE in the summer of 2010. All but two of its members (well-established second leader CM Punk and temporary "slave" John Cena) made their individual debuts in this decade. Spin off group "The Corre" debuted in 2011. Ezekiel Jackson, the only member who did not come from the Nexus, debuted in WWE in 2008.
The Shield: Debuted in 2012. Peaked in 2013 when they won the WWE United States and Tag Team Championships at Extreme Rules before disbanding in 2014. All three members joined WWE in 2010, and Roman Reigns was virtually unknown until this decade.
Team Hell No. Debuted in 2012. Daniel Bryan, one-half of the team, was also new to the decade.
The New Day: A group of Baptist preachers/motivational speakers.
The Wyatt Family: A Deep SouthCult trio led by Bray Wyatt, formerly Husky Harris of WWE NXT and The Nexus. Wyatt/Harris debuted on WWE TV in 2010, but was with the company for a few years prior. Luke Harper joined WWE in 2012, but Brodie Lee was well-known prior to the decade's start. Erick Rowan was completely unknown in the 2000s.