3 WWE Superstars Vince McMahon never pushes at WrestleMania and 2 that he does
There's no denying that Vince McMahon is one of the most powerful names in the world of sports entertainment, if not the most powerful.
The Chairman of the Board has been successful in establishing an empire with WWE which continues to remain the most popular wrestling promotion around the globe.
Whilst superstars from all backgrounds and nationalities have fought to grab the brass ring under Vince's wing, only a select few have actually coerced The Boss to be impressed.
Names like Daniel Bryan, CM Punk, Becky Lynch, and A.J. Styles who weren't supposed to be in this position in the first place have all cemented their legacy in Vince McMahon's billion dollar corporation as one of the most beloved superstars of this generation.
It's understandable that the WWE Universe remains excited to witness the biggest spectacle of the year, WrestleMania. Having been recognized as possibly Vince's greatest creation, The McMahon family has remained influential in delivering some of the finest moments at The Grandest Stage of Them All.
With WrestleMania 35 primarily featuring Seth Rollins Vs. Brock Lesnar and Ronda Rousey's tussle with Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair and both being promoted as headlining acts, there are still many superstars who are struggling to find their footing at this year's card.
If statistics and main-roster push are anything to take into account here, then these are some of the biggest WWE superstars who have suffered the wrath of Vince's creative directions.
Here are the 3 WWE superstars Vince McMahon never pushes at WrestleMania and 2 that he does.
#1 Never pushes - Braun Strowman
Considering that WrestleMania 35 will be the third time he will be competing as an in-ring performer, his match-card placement is a testament to his marketability as a main-event performer.
Although The Monster Among Men was strongly pushed after Roman Reigns was sidelined due to Leukemia, Vince never really propelled his monster to the very top of the industry.
Immediately after The Big Dog's return, the former Raw Tag-Team Champion finds himself in a tough spot. Furthermore, his inclusion in this year's Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal only confirms that he may never become the star we once thought he would.