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Top 15 Current WWE Superstars Who Will NEVER Main Event WrestleMania

To be in the main event of WrestleMania means you have the ability to make people love or hate you. For seven of the first eight years, that spot belonged to Hulk Hogan and whomever his opponent was. It was clear that he was the moneymaker. There has and may never again be someone to close the show on such a consistent basis. Even John Cena had some years where he may have been in a championship match, but he did not close the show.

The WWE talent pool is been the best it has been in years. The WWE have been raiding the independent circuiting and recruiting some of the best talent in the world. A.J. Styles and Shinsuke Nakamura have been the latest additions to the WWE family and along with them comes along a huge global following. Prior to Styles and Nakamura, Kevin Owens and Finn Balor were the big names that signed and really set the standard for NXT. While the NXT Takeover Pay-Per-Views have been popular, it every Superstar’s dream to main event WrestleMania.

The truth is, some Superstars just don’t have the “it-factor.” There are some Superstars who are popular among the WWE Universe but when the spotlight is on them, the ratings do not reflect. When the ratings do not reflect, can they really be trusted to fill a stadium with over 70,000 fans? Here are the top 15 WWE Superstars who will NEVER main event WrestleMania.

15 Kane

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14 Mark Henry

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13 Neville

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12 Rusev

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11 Wade Barrett

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10 Kalisto

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9 Kofi Kingston

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8 Bo Dallas

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7 Heath Slater

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6 Erick Rowan

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5 Ryback

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4 Stardust/Cody Rhodes

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3 Curtis Axel

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2 Bray Wyatt

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1 Dolph Ziggler

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Dolph Ziggler says he loves to "steal the show." But he will not be doing that in the main event of the biggest show of the year. Ziggler has yet to really find a way to connect with the crowd. Sure, the fans cheer for him when he comes out, but he does not captivate the audience the way Daniel Bryan or even Jeff Hardy once did. Injuries ended his last World Title run prematurely and he has not been able to reach such heights again. Not to mention every week he enters the arena as a poor man’s Shawn Michaels. Now Ziggler may have another shot to win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, but he will never main event WrestleMania.

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