5 WWE Superstars who would make great supervillains
Brock Lesnar and The Miz can become Earth's greatest foes.
One of the main tools that the WWE have at their disposal is the ability to create larger than life characters. The good guys and the bad guys that you see on screen come across as actual superheroes and, in turn, supervillains. That’s one of the big reasons why the younger demographic is so important, but that’s another story for another day.
Instead, we’re here to run down five of the biggest names in the company who we feel would make great supervillains. Some of these may come across as a tad obvious, but others may surprise you as the criteria for being a ‘supervillain’ can entail many different things. If you’ve got any other suggestions to add to our list, feel free to send them in.
Some people out there may choose to believe in the good in this world, but in a society as bipolar and uncertain as ours, we need to face the reality of the situation: supervillains exist. Hell, if you don’t believe us, go and knock on the front door of the White House and see who answers. You may not make it out alive, but still.
With that all being said, here are five WWE Superstars who would make great supervillains.
#1 Alexa Bliss
Riddle Me Bliss – how great is that nickname? Honestly, we’ve never seen a better case of wrestling imitating Hollywood than this. Over the last few months, Alexa has cemented herself as one of the best female Superstars of the new era, and during that time she’s borrowed from a couple of different characters including The Riddler and Harley Quinn.
The characteristics suit her down to a tee and kind of answer our question for us. Bliss would be great as the intelligent, underhanded villain who is undervalued by the opposition due to her size. Then, when it's least expected, she'd cause a chain reaction of events that would eventually lead to her demise. Move over Charlotte; there’s a new queen in town.
A Whisper in the Wind is the least of your problems.