Cody Rhodes & Ted DiBiase Jr.Sons of the legendary Dusty Rhodes and ‘Million Dollar Man’ Ted DiBiase respectively, the men collectively known as “The Legacy” are cementing their, eh, legacies as stars of the future. Starring in the upcoming WWE film The Marine 2 (God knows that needed a sequel), DiBiase is being groomed as a future posterboy for the business and based on his technical prowess, few could argue against his potential.John Morrison & The MizJohn ‘Don’t call me Jim’ Morrison and former tag partner Mike ‘The Miz’ Mizanin both entered wrestling via MTV’s Tough Enough reality show. The “Dirt Sheet Duo” are Intercontinental and US champions respectively, and both are hitting their stride as notable singles competitors. Morrison is one of the most eye-catching superstars in recent years, appearing in fur and jewels to Hendrix-esque strains of entrance music, while Miz’s obnoxious frat boy persona generates a unique hatred from the crowd. Both have great futures ahead.Bryan DanielsonThe greatest wrestler you’ve never heard of. Currently signed to a WWE developmental contract, Danielson, trained by Shawn Michaels, has delivered stunning performances for years on the independent circuit as well as being the cornerstone of the Ring of Honour promotion (as showcased in Darren Aronofsky’s The Wrestler). A master of in-ring action, Danielson, despite his relatively small stature, could be the next big thing.While there are countless other prospects in the wings including Dolph Ziggler, Dublin native Sheamus, Kofi Kingston, Beth Phoenix and Zack Ryder, WWE certainly has a capable group of performers willing to take their game to the next level to entertain the fans and to produce top notch television. However, WWE is less than accommodating in facilitating development prior to TV, providing a false economy and an unnecessary hurdle in new stars’ own future success. With such untapped potential, another boom period could be on the cards for WWE and its owners, the McMahon family, if they realise it.