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Top 15 Wrestler Returns That Would Help The Current WWE Roster

Despite WWE programming improving since last month, there is still a lot of work to do to maximize the roster to its full potential. WWE has injected the roster with tons of new workers including Luke Gallows, Karl Anderson, Baron Corbin, Big Cass, Enzo Amore, Apollo Crews, Becky Lynch, Sasha Banks, and the list goes on and on. While it is great to see these new personalities on television, it's easy to notice that many of them still have work to do before becoming elite performers.

WWE needs to do a better job of giving these inexperienced rookies a chance to work with wrestlers who know the WWE style really well. For example, having Roman Reigns as the champion makes him the guy who... well makes guys. What we mean is that facing Reigns should be a way of elevating lesser talent, making mid-carders become main eventers. The problem though is that despite being in the main event, Reigns hasn't truly been "made", because even he hasn't worked with enough seasoned talent.

With that being said, the WWE should actively try to balance out the roster, creating a situation where older wrestlers return to put over younger talent to ensure the future of the company. Now we understand that the idea of bringing back older wrestlers could disrupt the harmony in the locker room, but chances are the new crop of talent that WWE has on roster would rise to the challenge, rather than fall short of expectations. Balancing the roster is essential to WWE moving forward as a company.

The point is like anything, WWE has its ups and downs so bringing back its better known alumni can only help them not hurt them. As always let us know who we may have forgot in the comments below.

15 Matt Hardy

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14 Kurt Angle

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13 Brodus Clay

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12 Rob Van Dam

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11 John Morrison/Johnny Mundo

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10 AJ Lee

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9 Batista

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8 Randy Orton

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7 Rey Mysterio

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6 Shawn Michaels

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5 CM Punk

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4 Seth Rollins

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3 Goldberg

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2 The Rock

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1 John Cena

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Hate him or love him, John Cena will always be the man for WWE. We saw last year that not only can Cena still wrestle at a high level, but he can do it with anyone. Keep in mind that Cena probably had the best wrestling matches of his career... and dare we say, the best in the industry in 2015. The most interesting part of it all, is that Cena had these matches with the likes Zack Ryder, Stardust, Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, and Neville. If Cena continues to accept his role as a mid-card enhancer, the WWE is in for a good couple years.

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