The landscape in the WWE changes at the drop of a hat. The placement and positioning of the talents fluctuates through the years, making it nearly impossible to figure out how things will shake out. Luckily, years of watching wrestling can help make things easier to forecast. Longtime fans can figure out which talents have a chance of making it to the highest levels of success and which fall under the opposite spectrum of being on borrowed time. Many of the wrestlers on the current roster are having a tough time making waves or finding a way to stand out on WWE television.
The stories range from poor booking to WWE not understanding how to use them to a few talents just not being good enough. This article will try to forecast the future of various talents struggling to succeed in WWE. The future is always changing and you never know what the fans will want next year, let alone in ten years, so it’s a tough job but some of the wrestlers make it easy to figure out. A few of these talents have potential that has yet to be fulfilled and a couple of factors may give them a chance at staying employed for the next decade.
Many others have been in the WWE system for too long and are bound to be released. Some will continue wrestling in other promotions and others will completely ditch the business in hopes of finding luck in another field. Hopefully your favorite wrestler is not on ths list, as no one wants to be in this position of struggling to find relevancy with such a competitive roster of impressive names all battling for television time. We will break down each specific story of the fifteen top names that are currently struggling in WWE and where they will be in the year of 2025.
15 Tyler Breeze: Indy Circuit
14 Sheamus: WWE Road Agent
13 Jack Swagger: Possible MMA Career
12 Fandango: Indy Circuit
11 Bo Dallas: WWE Lower-Card Wrestler
10 Damien Sandow: Indy Circuit
9 Neville: WWE Superstar
8 Zack Ryder: WWE Employee Backstage
7 Rusev: WWE Superstar
6 Cody Rhodes: WWE Superstar
5 Paige: WWE Superstar
4 Alberto Del Rio: AAA
3 Dolph Ziggler: Entertainment World
2 Ryback: Wrestling Conventions
1 The Miz: WWE Color Commentator
The Miz has endured one of the more bizarre careers in recent WWE history. The former reality television show star earned respect up to the point where he was WWE Champion and main evented WrestleMania XXVII. The Miz’s career would meet a huge decline as he has fallen into complete obscurity over the past five years. The return of his real life wife Maryse is giving new life to his character and he is getting a run with the Intercontinental Championship but Miz is still struggling to stay relevant. The Miz is one of the most loyal WWE employees, is well spoken and does great PR work in interviews. WWE will never let him go unless he does something to mess it up. The strengths of The Miz are on the microphone, which will see him become a color commentator by the time 2025 comes around.
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