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Top 15 Current Wrestlers WWE Has Criminally Underused

The road to WWE stardom is not an easy one. Some toil their whole lives in the independent scene, destined never to see the bright lights of a WWE arena. Others are hand-selected by top officials, virtually guaranteed a spot atop the most coveted roster in the pro wrestling world. There is, however, a third class of wrestlers. Extraordinarily talented performers, some with dazzling move-sets, others oozing charisma out of every pore on their impeccably toned bodies, and others still with that unidentifiable “it-factor” that just makes people want to watch them. Wrestlers that, under the right circumstances, could light the wrestling world ablaze, yet seem somehow unable to grasp the metaphorical “brass ring.” These are the workers that have everything they need to at the very least become a popular and entertaining act in the WWE, but seem incapable of doing so due to shoddy writing, backstage politics, or lack of adequate TV time. Some have been in the company for years, some have even made it to the top of the company even for a brief moment. But as injuries plague many of WWE’s top stars, and WrestleMania grows closer with each passing day, now is the time to give these 15 criminally underutilized wrestlers a shot at breaking through the glass ceiling, and potentially becoming the next great act in WWE.

15 Tyler Breeze 

via bleacherreport.com

14 Adam Rose

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13 Jack Swagger 

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12 Curtis Axel 

via wwe.fr

11 The Miz  

via wrestlingnews.co

10 Luke Harper 

via todaysknockout.com

9 Bo Dallas 

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8 Alberto Del Rio 

via fnx.network

7 Damien Sandow 

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Poor Damien Sandow.

6 King Barrett 

via pl.wwe.com

5 Stardust/Cody Rhodes 

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4 Rusev 

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3 Neville 

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2 Bray Wyatt 

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1 Cesaro 

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Topping the list as the most underutilized wrestler the WWE has on payroll at the moment is the Swiss Superman: Cesaro. He is one of the most impressive in-ring workers of his generation, with matches that never cease to astound and surprise. His character and mic work have been vastly improving and his crowd support has never been higher. He may be off of the show as of right now with an injury, but as soon as he returns, it’s time to push this man to the moon. He’s not only earned it with years of incredible performances (I was lucky enough to be in attendance for his match against John Cena on RAW in 2014, which was the best match I’ve ever seen live), but due to his support from the WWE fans as well. Cesaro, get well soon. WWE needs you.

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