WWE has the biggest roster in the wrestling industry right now, with over 200 Superstars signed with the company. The organization has five brands now, namely RAW, SmackDown, NXT, NXT UK, and 205 Live. The fact that Vince McMahon released a bunch of wrestlers recently and still none of the shows are short on talent highlights that.
The most prominent sports entertainment firm has created several new stars in the wrestling world like Roman Reigns, Dolph Ziggler, Bray Wyatt, Big E, Charlotte Flair, and many others. They have even picked up the hot commodities from the independent circuit, a move that has helped the business gain more popularity.
Since the creative team has a massive roster in its hands, they often underutilise the talent they have by keeping them off the TV or assigning them lesser roles.
While not every Superstar can hold the world championship, the underused stars at least deserve a proper direction, which could help in improving their on-screen characters.
Here's a list of ten Superstars who are not receiving credible booking decisions from the writers and how they should be used.
Vinay Chhabria is a pro wrestling enthusiast, who has been following WWE since he was 15. The Shield is his favorite faction and Jinder Mahal is his favorite WWE Superstar. He became a part of WhatCulture in 2020.