5 Sidelined WWE Stars Who May Receive A Push When They Return (5 Who Won't)

Several WWE superstars are off the TV at the moment for some reason or the other.

Vince McMahon has produced a unique wrestling product to overcome the unforeseen challenges during the 'Empty Arenas Era.' WWE has added cinematic layers to professional wrestling and enhanced their product. The most prominent sports entertainment firm has delivered decent storylines even without a complete roster. The promos have felt as realistic as ever without a live audience.

The writers created many 'feel good' moments by giving Otis, Braun Strowman, Drew McIntyre, and Kevin Owens some big wins at WrestleMania 36. The same trend continued at the Money in the Bank event. Besides, the absence of the star wrestlers has allowed the creative team to push the under-appreciated talent. WWE had to cancel their pre-planned storylines for the superstars who took a sudden break and even because of injuries.

The backstage officials have changed many things in the past few months, which is why not every inactive pro wrestler will find himself in the same situation that he/she was in, before going off the TV. Here is a look at the five sidelined stars who might receive a push upon their return and five who will NOT.


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.