10 Worst WWE Workers Since 2010

9 out of 10 doctors agree that watching these people wrestle is bad for your health.

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In terms of in-ring work, WWE has never been better.

The shows may not be as exciting as they used to in other eras, and the audience may not be as big as before, but in the ring, we’re seeing some truly great stuff.

Just looking at the current roster, and you have Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, Cesaro, Finn Balor, Seth Rollins, Charlotte, Shinsuke Nakamura, Sasha Banks, Samoa Joe and A.J. Styles who can all deliver fantastic matches on any given night. There were years in the company where they would be lucky enough to have two people on the entire roster as athletically gifted as those names are.

However, not everyone can be that good. Not everyone can even be "okay." There are a couple of weak names on the roster right now who just can't keep up with the accelerated pace of WWE's in-ring work. And since 2010, there's been quite a few people that you just can't comprehend why they were hired in the first place.

For this list, we’re just ranking wrestlers based on pure in-ring ability from talent that enjoyed full-time employment in WWE, so guest stars like Snooki or Jon Heder don't count. And while some of the men and women listed here may have been great talkers, or possessed a ton of charisma that made them entertaining on the mic, their matches were the perfect opportunity for a bathroom break.

Here are the 10 worst workers we’ve seen in WWE since 2010.

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