Record low viewership figures, constant criticism of the creative teams, a horrible Survivor Series pay per view, and seemingly no light at the end of the tunnel thanks to injuries to a whole host of top stars... There hasn't been a more frustrating time to be a fan of WWE. The endless plight of doom and gloom that surrounds McMahon and his company at the moment makes it hard to look for any positives. There is a state of concern that doesn't look like departing any time soon as we head into the busiest part of the WWE year with the Royal Rumble and WrestleMania season on the horizon. It's not all bad, trust me. There have been plenty of plusses within the WWE Universe this year that aren't The New Day - as good as the trio of Kofi Kingston, Big E and Xavier Woods have been. WrestleMania 31, The Undertaker and Brock Lesnar's feud, Cesaro's in-ring work, NXT's ascension and Kevin Owens' mouth are a number of positives that show McMahon does have plenty to play with as he plots the WWE's resurrection, if you will. But who could he possibly use to spearhead the revival? We know the likes of John Cena, Seth Rollins and The Beast Incarnate will all be called upon at various point, but what about those who have gone slightly under the radar? Who over the last year has proved they have what it takes to step their career up another level? Please don't confuse this list with Superstars who were already amazing at the start of the year. Yes, the likes of Kevin Owens, Sasha Banks and Cesaro have all had bumper years in WWE - but they were already outstanding to begin with.