5 Superstars you forgot are still a part of WWE in 2020
- A legendary women's champion, and a future Brock Lesnar opponent haven't been in WWE for a while.
- A former United States champion also gave an update on his current WWE status recently.
#4 Bo Dallas
Bo Dallas hasn't quite had the career that many would've expected after having a promising start in WWE over a decade ago. The former NXT Champion has only won the RAW Tag Team Championship on the main roster and hasn't reached the heights of his brother, Bray Wyatt, on WWE television.
Dallas hasn't wrestled in WWE for a very long time, with his last match coming in October 2019 at Crown Jewel. He and his former partner, Curtis Axel, were a part of the tag team turmoil match at the Saudi Arabia PPV.
That was the last match for the tag team known as the B-Team as Axel was released by WWE recently. Dallas, though, survived the spate of releases, with Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Newsletter revealing the reasons why he was kept by the company. Meltzer said that Dallas did not complain about being unhappy in WWE, which maybe helped him keep his job.
Another thing that helped Dallas remain in WWE is his age, as he is just 29, while Axel is 40 years old.Published 19 May 2020, 11:29 IST