5 WWE Superstars who have suffered the most in 2017
The year of 2017 has been a topsy-turvy one for the wrestling business. The WWE fans have seen Goldberg compete in title matches, John Cena becoming a part-timer and Jinder Mahal becoming a main eventer.
While the world of wrestling has had its share of ups and downs in 2017, the year has been on a constant downward spiral since the first of January for a few WWE wrestlers.
These Superstars have probably had the worst years in their wrestling careers. It’s not only the losses they’ve received, but it’s also the lack of direction they’ve been given and the lack of entertainment they bring to the show.
With that being said, here are five Superstars who suffered the most in 2017.
#5 Apollo Crews
The biggest win Apollo Crews has had this year was a win over the WWE’s lowest jobber, Curt Hawkins. In 2017, Crews has seemingly floated from brand to brand with no direction as the creative team keep putting him in meaningless feuds.
His only constant this year has been his association with Titus O’Neil, but that’s not been enough to save his dire year.
Back in NXT, Apollo Crews was one of the most dominant champions in the brand’s history, even before the WWE, he was a sought-after indy talent. Now the WWE have devalued him so much that there’s no chance in the crowd ever getting invested him in emotionally.