COOKIE CONSENT
Create
Notifications
Favorites Edit
Advertisement

3 WWE Superstars who will never be World Champion, and 2 that will never be again

Thomas Lowson
ANALYST
Top 5 / Top 10
14.60K   //    07 Feb 2019, 20:15 IST

Rusev battled AJ Styles for the WWE Championship in 2018 in a losing effort
Rusev battled AJ Styles for the WWE Championship in 2018 in a losing effort

There is perhaps no greater prize in all of professional wrestling than being a World Champion in the WWE.

The most dominant promotion of all time, being a WWE World Champion is a symbol of the company's trust, an accolade only a handful of men have received.

And while 50 Superstars have held the WWE World Title, not all reigns were equal, and there's plenty of stars the title will never return to.

But spare a thought for those Superstars, who, despite support from the fans, will not receive even one reign on top of the WWE food chain for a multitude of reasons.

Here are three WWE Superstars who will probably never hold a World title in WWE, as well as two former champions who the WWE will never give another reign to.


#3 Will never be: Cesaro

A fixture of the tag-team division, many fans have hoped for years that Cesaro will one day be a World Champion
A fixture of the tag-team division, many fans have hoped for years that Cesaro will one day be a World Champion

With his incredible physique, pure strength and dominant offence, Cesaro has the makings of a great World Champion.

But despite fan protests for years, the WWE have yet to give him a title reign, with the Swiss Superman only having one singles title reign in the company: a United States title reign that ended in mid-2013.

That's not to say that Cesaro hasn't been successful, as he is a 6-time Tag Team Champion, with 5 reigns with current The Bar partner, Sheamus.

But with Vince McMahon publicly stating that he feels Cesaro doesn't quite have 'it', and the Swiss powerhouse's skills on the mic often called into question, it seems the company has no intention of making Cesaro a world champion, despite what the fans may have to say.

1 / 5 NEXT
Advertisement
Topics you might be interested in:
Thomas Lowson
ANALYST
Thomas is a 23-year-old wrestling fan, who started watching in 2003. He is also a Journalism graduate from Sheffield Hallam University.
Advertisement
Fetching more content...