7 WWE Superstars In Vince McMahon's Doghouse Right Now

Some talented performers are in the doghouse. Let's hope they can get out soon.

The push of a professional wrestler is often times the most discussed topic among World Wrestling Entertainment fans. We spend all this time reading about who might get pushed, who is not getting pushed and of course who should get pushed. It's that group of "should be pushed" guys that fans sympathise with the most. It's why we got so excited when the likes of CM Punk and Daniel Bryan made it to the top because they're the two that fit that example the best. As every WWE fan knows, all pushes and lack of pushes are decided by Vince McMahon as well as his creative team. Whatever Vince wants, Vince gets. He's the WWE Chairman that has been in that position for over 30 years and he's not going away soon as far as we know. It's up to Vince to decide who gets a push. It's also his decision when it comes to the people that have a lot to prove, which is who we're looking at today. Dolph Ziggler is a guy that a year ago at this time was barely on television and even in the first half of 2014 he wasn't used right. It took a while for WWE to realize that he's a special performer. The same can be said about Damien Sandow. He was doing nothing for a long time this year, but then they had him doing imitations, which led to the Damien Mizdow character that is very entertaining to watch. Here's a closer look at the guys that Vince McMahon has it in for right now, which is another way of saying these superstars are in the doghouse right now. Zack Ryder would have been mentioned in this grouping, but he's out for six months with shoulder surgery. With Zack out of the mix, who is facing an uphill climb back to relevancy in WWE?
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