4 Superstars with no credible opponents for WrestleMania 34
Will the good times roll for these sensational performers?
Almost every superstar that is passionate about the wrestling business aims to headline 'The Grandest Stage of them All' one day and, while a select few have made it to the top, the others possessing the same attitude have been sidelined. WrestleMania 34 heads to New Orleans this year and, with WWE focusing on some select storylines, there are some superstars in the back that are waiting for their opportunity considering they have been directionless for the whole year.
Here are 4 superstars who have no credible opponents for WrestleMania 34
#4 Randy Orton
It's hard to believe that Randy Orton was the winner of the Royal Rumble last year and then went on to become the WWE Champion at WrestleMania 33 against Bray Wyatt. It's strange considering his recent run with the company has been disappointing, to say the least. His loss to Jinder Mahal made him look like a fool and did more harm to his legacy and stock as an overall performer.
'The Viper' has struggled to find momentum and is regularly seen giving unexpected RKO's to superstars who he has no connection with. The critics have been speculating his direction with the company and it seems likely that he won't be booked in a marquee match at the Superdome. Expect the Viper to be inserted in the United States Title picture or the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal before being directionless again.