WWE 2K15: 10 Superstars That Are Criminally Under-Rated

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Getting the WWE superstars€™ ratings accurate in their showpiece games every year is an unenviable task for 2K Sports. World Wrestling Entertainment is a machine that is constantly moving, a machine that never stands still due to a number of reasons. With Raw and SmackDown airing every week, and with monthly pay per views that often include the culmination of a number of story lines, 2K are often expected to predict the future when it comes to rating the WWE's roster of talent. There are a number of things that could change from week to week or month to month. A fine example of this is Cesaro. Since winning the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania XXX, his career has hit a sizeable snag. That Battle Royal win came when 2K and WWE would have been well into the development process of 2K15. Cesaro looked like he was set for the big push his skills deserve and was awarded a 93 rating, putting him higher than the likes of Dean Ambrose (91), Roman Reigns (92) and the same as Triple H. Had he not put his feet in his mouth during an interview with the Liverpool Echo, his rise to the main event slots may have continued. Instead, he found himself jobbing to almost everyone and is now rebuilding himself as part of a tag team with Tyson Kidd. This shows what a difficult task 2K Sports has when deciding on a superstars' score. However, there are some that are deserved of a lot more, regardless of what has played out on television...
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