WWE Extreme Rules 2017: Who Needs Main Event Win the Most?

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2. Bray Wyatt

If you have two eyes and two ears (heck even one of each), it’s clear that Bray Wyatt is a legitimate star and his character and gimmick are great.

Since Wyatt made his debut in 2010 with the Nexus, he’s won the WWE Championship one time and held it for an incredibly short time, losing it to Randy Orton at WrestleMania.

Wyatt is a guy who I’d be tempted to put on my Mt. Rushmore of WWE superstars right now—he’s got it all.

But again, due to poor/weird booking, Wyatt has kind of just been that guy who walks around in the dark, interferes in matches and says “run” all the time, but is never actually booked for anything to set him apart from the rest of the roster.

Sure, we all know he’s great and his gimmick is phenomenal, but WWE needs to reward that with some hardware.

Wyatt is kind of at the point where I’m not really sure what the WWE does with him after this minus a feud with Finn Bálor as his demon character.

He’s above these mediocre feuds and deserves a shot at the title considering he also never got a shot at a WWE Championship rematch.

Oh wait, they did have that excellent House of Horrors match after WrestleMania against Orton, but the title wasn’t on the line.

Why? Because the WWE put Wyatt on RAW and they couldn’t put the belt on him because the flagship champion on RAW is never on that show, let alone would they put him on Smackdown if Wyatt won and brought the WWE Championship to RAW.

Again, poor booking.

In the words of Vince Russo: It’s elementary, bro.

Wyatt deserves a shot here and you could even make the argument that he’s No. 1 on this list, but the next guy needs it for other reasons.