5 legendary WWE Superstars and their potential replacements
WWE has excellent replacements for these 5 legendary Superstars.
Over the years, WWE has been the home to numerous legends of the professional wrestling industry. The company took Superstars that it seemed fit and made them into the legends who we know today.
From Hulk Hogan to John Cena, the company has created many legendary Superstars. But alas, it is human beings we're talking about and someday or the other their time comes to an end.
But they are only a spoke on the wheel and the wheel is going to keep on turning irrespective of anyone. When the old bunch hangs up its boots, a new lot will emerge to fill in the void.
WWE has a plethora of talented professional wrestlers on their roster. They come in from different parts of the world and have one common goal, and that is to be the best.
It's not easy to fill the shoes of the legendary wrestlers. But the present day Superstars have proved on infinite events that they are up for the challenge.
With that said, let's have a look into 5 of the legendary WWE Superstars and their potential replacements.
#5 Big Show and Braun Strowman
Technical wrestling skills and high-flying abilities alone do not entertain the fans. Sometimes you need larger-than-life characters who can throw people around like rag dolls to make things interesting.
When Andre the Giant passed, he created a giant void in the world of professional wrestling. Only a giant could fill in the shoes of another giant and Big Show was the perfect replacement for Andre.
Big Show has been the WWE's resident giant throughout his 19-year long career with the company. Big Show has held multiple championships in the WWE and has had a hall of fame worthy career.
But he doesn't have to worry about anyone filling his shoes as there is a monster lurking in the shadows to take his spot.
Braun Strowman is the perfect candidate to fill in for the Big Show once the latter calls it a day. The two Superstars have lots of things in common and it wouldn't be too hard for Strowman to take Show's place.