One piece of advice a lot of WWE Superstars will give you is to never cross Vince McMahon. We all know that sometimes Vince can be petty but there are other times where he hasn't forgiven Superstars for very legitimate reasons.
We take a look at 7 such Superstars next.
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Demolition were one of the most successful tag teams in WWE during the '80s and they held the record for longest tag-title reign until it was broken by The New Day.
However, the former Ax and Smash were a part of the concussion lawsuit against the WWE and they will now never be forgiven by Vince McMahon again. It started with the duos tag team title reign being eclipsed by The New Day, as we previously mentioned.
Kevin Wacholz aka Nailz signed for the WWE in 1992 and played the character of an ex-com, who came to the ring in an orange jumpsuit. Nailz made his debut attacking the Big Boss Man but it was clear from the beginning that he was very limited in the ring.
Nailz' career in WWE came to an abrupt end in December 1992. Bret Hart wrote about the incident in his autobiography saying that Nailz had cornered Vince McMahon in his office. Bret added that he had heard a loud crash while walking by the office. He entered to see that Nailz had knocked Vince over in his chair and was trying to choke him. Needless to say that after Bret pulled him off, Nailz was immediately fired.
Nailz later sued the WWE but had to drop it after the WWE counter-sued. Needless to say, Vince has never and will never forgive him.
#4 Perry Saturn
Perry Saturn came into WWE with the rest of the Radicalz - Chris Benoit, Dean Malenko and Eddie Guerrero. Saturn wasn't as successful as his counterparts and it was pretty much his fault.
Saturn faced a local talent named Mike Bell in a taping of WWF Jakked in 2001. In the middle of the match, Mike Bell botched a snapmare and Perry Saturn totally lost it and attacked him for real. He ended up tossing Bell headfirst out of the ring.
Bell could have sued and Vince McMahon never forgave Saturn for this incident. He was jobbed out and paired with a mop for the rest of his WWE run and will probably never return to the company.
#3 Paul London
Paul London was fired after the episode of WWE where Vince McMahon's limo exploded in 2007. The reason behind the firing has reported to have been Paul London smiling while Vince McMahon was "leaving the WWE forever" and walking out of through the back, which was supposed to be a very emotional moment.
London hasn't returned to WWE since.
#2 Scott Steiner
Scott Steiner's run in the WWE did not go well. Although he debuted in a main-event program with Triple H, Steiner was clearly not in proper ring shape, getting gassed out early during his matches against 'The Game'.
Steiner dropped down the card like a rock after his feud with Triple H and left WWE in 2004. He has since bad mouthed Vince McMahon and WWE on multiple occasions and Vince won't be running to indict him into the Hall of Fame anytime soon, if ever.
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#1 CM Punk
There is still a chance that CM Punk will return to WWE someday but as of now, the beef between the former WWE Champion and the company is still there. Vince McMahon himself hasn't forgiven Punk for the way he left WWE and the things he said after leaving.
There's no love lost on Punk's side either, although he has been more critical of Triple H than he was of Vince McMahon himself.