5 Biggest WWE Superstars Vince McMahon Likely Doesn't Want On Television Anymore
Ever since the company has struggled to gravitate strong numbers in viewership, WWE have tried to push all things necessary in order to garner attention from legions of professional wrestling fans.
With the latest 'Wild-Card Rule' receiving some vehement criticism within the internet wrestling community, one only wonders what might transpire once All Elite Wrestling hits our television screens.
It's understandable that Vince McMahon is undoubtedly the greatest wrestling promoter in the industry and will remain so, forever.
The Chairman of the Board's latest creative genius has resulted in major names showing up on both brands courtesy of the Wild-Card Rule and amidst all the mainstream hype, a select few superstars are struggling to get any significant TV time.
While names like Roman Reigns, Bray Wyatt, Becky Lynch, The Miz, Kofi Kingston, Daniel Bryan, A.J. Styles, Braun Strowman, and Lars Sullivan have been making statements on a weekly basis, this particular article will throw light on the WWE superstars who may not be appearing on television anytime soon.
Anyone who has been familiar with EC3's work in Impact Wrestling knows that the guy is a very proficient performer, but charisma without any character could prove to be a calamity on the WWE main roster.
Despite scratching and clawing to find his way back to NXT and eventually WWE, the 36-year old Superstar has spent most of his time jobbing out to main event talent on Monday Night Raw.
The Top One Percent of the wrestling industry was last seen on television on the April 15th edition of Monday Night Raw where he was single-handedly destroyed by Braun Strowman followed by a vicious chokeslam through the stage.
While legions of WWE fans denounced the superstar's treatment on the main roster, it genuinely felt like it was a way to write him off television.
Regardless of the fact that his athletic prowess and charisma has got him so far in the world of professional wrestling, The Top One Percent may find it hard to return to television anytime soon.