WWE's 2017 All-Stars: Top 7 Superstars of the year
It has been one heck of a ride for WWE fans and Superstars alike in 2017. We have witnessed a plethora of surprise returns, title changes and compelling stories to keep us on on the edge of our seats.
While there has been a lot of WWE Superstars who appear to have been held back by WWE's questionable booking decisions, there has also been a select group of superstars that have excelled in more ways than one and have come out of 2017 looking like a true star.
In this, the final article of 2017 for me, we take a look back at the top seven WWE Superstars that have held things together for everyone and have made this year one of the most compelling and surprising years on record.
Here's a look at your WWE All Stars for 2017...
#7 Baron Corbin
Baron Corbin came into the sport of professional wrestling as a lifelong football player who had a failed stint in the NFL. Even after signing with WWE, Corbin immediately became known for being the new guy with a bad attitude. For whatever reason, Baron felt as if things should have been handed to him easier and quicker than everyone else. He would soon learn that the road to becoming a WWE Superstar is much more difficult than he would ever anticipate.
Baron would spend more time on the NXT roster than he probably initially expected, but that was his own fault, a testament to the enormous chip on his shoulder. While confidence is a good thing to have in this business, Corbin would soon learn that there is a fine line between confidence and immaturity.
After finally getting all of the pieces together, Baron Corbin was called to the main roster and the improvement is astounding. Corbin has certainly turned a new leaf and has become a legitimate top-tier WWE Superstar. In 2017, Corbin witnessed the results of his changes by winning the WWE United States Champion and becoming a weekly fixture on WWE television.