WWE WrestleMania 33: 5 current WWE superstars with the worst win/loss record at WrestleMania
Some people just can't catch a break at WrestleMania
Some enter WrestleMania with aspirations of becoming the next big thing; others know that they're just there to make up the numbers. And as they make up the numbers, the number of losses they accumulate keeps going up.
Not everyone is allowed to be The Undertaker or John Cena; people do have to lose at WrestleMania. Of course, someone has to lose, but these superstars on the list seem to lose every single year. Some of the all-time greats have atrocious records at Mania, Mr WrestleMania himself Shawn Michaels boasts a dire 6-11 ratio. However, he was recompensed throughout the year with quality feuds and storylines. The Superstars on this list haven’t always had those luxuries.
Here are five current WWE superstars with the worst win/loss ratios at WrestleMania.
#5 Heath Slater (0-4)
For those who may have forgotten, Heath Slater has been part of a clique for every stage of his WWE career. He debuted with Nexus, and then he formed the Corre, then he recruited 3MB now he spends his days performing with Rhyno. Perhaps the company just don't see him as valuable enough to perform on his own. On the flip side, he's outlasted nearly everyone who was a part of those groups today.
For as many cliques as he's been in, he's lost just as many matches at WrestleMania. The one man band has lost matches at WrestleManias 27, 30, 31 & 32. Granted two of those losses were battle royals, but regardless, Heath has never had his hand raised on the grandest stage of them all. It's a shame because you know.....he's got kids.