The 10 worst WWE superstars of 2017
When professional wrestling is at its best, it's very, very good. It's a unique spectacle and entertainment form that can't be found anywhere else. When it's bad, it's abysmal. Unfortunately, WWE is bipolar in that regard. We're just as likely, if not slightly more, to get complete trash rather than genuine entertainment.
These 10 superstars were often a part of that. Whether through bad booking or their own lack of talent, they consistently failed to entertain an audience. Seeing them on TV was painful and they need a new direction.
#10 The Big Show
Aside from his memorable matches with Braun Strowman, The Big Show's 2017 wasn't particularly notable in the ways he would want. When not feuding with the Monster Among Men, he was a forgettable part of WWE programming. The nadir came when he was stuck in a terrible feud with Big Cass throughout the summer, where he starred in many channel-changing matches and segments.
With his recent talks of joining the commentary team, his in-ring future is up in the air. It can't be said that WWE would lose a big asset if 2017 was indeed the Big Show's last campaign.