7 WWE Wrestlers Who Deserved Better At WrestleMania 33

The obsession with part-timers is bad news for some of WWE's finest performers.

AJ Styles

With just over two weeks to go until WrestleMania 33, the card is looking bloated to say the least.

As of right now, 11 matches are official for the show with two assumed matches (Dean Ambrose vs. Baron Corbin and Triple H vs. Seth Rollins) yet to be confirmed - a clear indicator of how stacked and competitive the WWE roster currently is.

Whilst it is difficult to truly say that someone is 'deserving' of anything in a business such as professional wrestling, the debate still manages to arise frequently - and never more so than during WrestleMania season. It is this time of year that the big names of the past dust off their boots and return to the ring, meaning many work-horses and full-time performers get shunted to the side in what can only be considered an unfair manner.

Some will find themselves thrown into the André the Giant Memorial Battle Royal, others into multi-person matches with no direction.

They all deserve better at the 'Show of Shows'.


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