4 wrestlers who deserve better opponents at WrestleMania 34 than the Andre the Giant Battle Royal
The stage is set as WrestleMania, WWE's biggest event of the year, is right around the corner. Just two weeks away, WrestleMania 34 takes place at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in the city of New Orleans on April 8.
WWE has already confirmed thirteen matches for WrestleMania 34, and another few might be in the works.
With such a huge roster and a stacked up match card, some talented individuals are bound to get lost in the frame.
The André the Giant Memorial Battle Royal acts as a filler for all the unused talent on the roster.
However, not to demean the legacy of the great Andre the Giant, some wrestlers are way too accomplished to be competing on the pre-show.
It's a shame that a few Superstars who were in title matches in WrestleMania 33 have been demoted this year. Here are four Superstars who deserve to be in better matches than a Battle Royal.
#4 The Revival
WrestleMania 33 participation - Did not participate
WrestleMania 34 participation - Competing in the André the Giant Memorial Battle Royal.
With The Bar, The Usos, The New Day, and Bludgeon Brothers, all in the tag team title picture, it will be hard to see the best tag-team in WWE competing on the pre-show.
The Revival had established themselves in NXT as one of the best teams in the entire world, a title which you could argue they still hold.
2017 was not great for Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder as injuries had taken them out for a good part of the year.
2018 was supposed to be the year of The Top Guys, but the current storyline depicts otherwise.
Now with Braun Strowman entering the tag-team division, things don't seem favourable for The Revival.
The Revival is one team the WWE should never split. For years they have wrecked havoc in the tag division, and WWE needs to put the duo in title contention this year. With age to their advantage, the future is defiantly bright for this tag team.