4 underutilised superstars who should be top stars of WWE
The WrestleMania season started after Royal Rumble, and the fans are excited for the biggest wrestling carnival of the year. Seth Rollins won the men's Royal Rumble match, and Becky Lynch won the women's Royal Rumble match at Chase Field. However, Lynch was removed from the match, as Charlotte Flair was announced the replacement to face Ronda Rousey at the Grandest Stage of Them All.
Several elite superstars of the company will participate at WrestleMania 35, which is set to take place on 7th April, at Metlife Stadium in New Jersey. Since WWE introduced the Andre the Giant battle royal match, every superstar gets an opportunity to grace the ring in the Show of Shows.
There is no denying that WWE is the biggest sports entertainment company in the world and it has massive fanbase worldwide. As a result, WWE recruits athletes from every part of the globe. Since WWE has a talented pool of wrestlers, many superstars don't get the deserving push.
Here we discuss four such underutilised superstars who deserve to get a big push.
#4 Apollo Crews
There is no denying that Apollo Crews is one of the underrated superstars of WWE. Presently, he is part of the red brand. Apollo has been in the mid-card after the main roster debut, but he is adept to be an elite superstar of the company.
Since Apollo was a popular face in the independent circuit, he was expected to shine when WWE signed him in 2014. He is agile in the ring, and he is extremely athletic. Apollo is well built who can offer extraordinary matches every week.
Apollo had an average run in NXT, but he impressed the fans with his dexterity in the squared circle. Apollo has not managed to win a title after his main roster debut, but he can be a great champion if he is utilised perfectly.