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5 Wrestlers that WWE should push so that they don't ask for their release

Vatsal Rathod
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1.93K   //    14 Apr 2019, 20:00 IST

Who all can follow The Boss if not given a proper push?
Who all can follow The Boss if not given a proper push?

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Sasha Banks grabbed the headlines recently with the rumors that she has asked for a release from WWE. One of the biggest reasons for that is WWE not treating her as a top superstar and not giving her the proper push.

Sasha won the Women's Tag Team titles at Elimination Chamber along with Bayley. What many (including Sasha herself) expected to be a nice long reign was cut short at WrestleMania 35 when they lost their titles to the IIconics.

Sasha is very upset with this and has asked for her release. With wrestlers like The Revival, and Mike and Maria also reportedly asking for their release, WWE authorities would surely be in a panic mode. Who all can follow them and do the same?

A lot of discussions and meetings would be going on about who all to push so that they don't leave the company. The growing competition is surely a great thing for these wrestlers as WWE is finally understanding their value and are giving them what they deserve.

In this article, let's take a look at the 5 superstars/wrestlers who WWE should push so that they don't ask for their release. Who do you think can ask for their release next? Let us know in the comments section below.

#5 Shinsuke Nakamura

Will Nakamura follow the trend?
Will Nakamura follow the trend?

Shinsuke Nakamura was one of the biggest signings of WWE in the last decade. Having already proven his potential in the other part of the world, Nakamura made his way to the biggest wrestling promotion in America, WWE.

After having a great stint in NXT, Nakamura was pushed heavily in the main roster last year. Winning the Royal Rumble, he went on to challenge for the WWE Championship at WrestleMania. But everything went downhill from there onwards.


I still am not sure how good of an idea it was to turn him heel without giving him a manager. As a result, Nakamura is currently a glorified jobber with no direction whatsoever.

WWE better make good use of him as losing someone like Nakamura would be a huge loss for them. Pairing him with someone like Paul Heyman (as mentioned in one of my other articles) could help him revive his career and become a huge star in WWE.

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