These Wrestlers Ruined Their Career In A Matter Of Seconds
As Alundra Blayze, Debrah Miceli left the WWF in 1995, holding the Women's Championship title, but when she debuted as Madusa on WCW's televised "Monday Nitro," she dumped it in the trash. Dubbed a disgrace to the business, she claimed that former WCW President Eric Bischoff told her to do it, but he disagreed.
Alundra Blayze
When Leon "Vader" White debuted in 1996, he went straight into the WWF's main event at SummerSlam's title match against Shawn Michaels. It didn't go as planned, leaving Michaels screaming at Vader for failing to move and telling Vince McMahon he wouldn't work with Vader anymore, which impacted Vader's chance for the Survivor Series 1996 title.
In 2014, WWE terminated Alberto Del Rio's contract "due to unprofessional conduct and an altercation with an employee." Per the Wrestling Observer, a WWE social media manager had made a racist "joke" about Del Rio being responsible for washing dishes, and when he didn't apologize, Del Rio slapped him.
Alberto Del Rio
Daniel Puder debuted in WWE as a "Tough Enough" contestant with MMA experience, nearly breaking Kurt Angle's arm in 2004 and publicly bashing him after. Angle said that Puder had gotten too big for his boots, so he got a beatdown at the 2005 Royal Rumble — the death knell in his WWE career.
Daniel Puder
In NXT, Jaxson Ryker was successful in the Forgotten Sons stable, but his 2020 pro-Donald Trump tweet during the height of the Black Lives Matter movement — with the Forgotten Sons' catchphrase in it — all but ended the team's rise. Ryker was removed from the stable and later released from WWE in November 2021.
Jaxson Ryker