Who are the most underrated wrestlers in WWE?
The biggest wrestling juggernaut has a plethora of talent at its disposal (despite the April 15 releases), but the issue with Vince and Co. at WWE is that they don’t know what to do with a lot of them. It is one of the reasons why a lot of superstars either don’t get the opportunity on TV or are depicted as funny or caricaturish.
If you don’t believe what I say look at Ethan Carter III who came to WWE Raw as part of the main-roster call-up but didn’t get the matches he deserved.
With this in mind, let’s look at superstars on all the brands who don’t get their due value:
Titus O’Neil is a superstar that is worth ‘Millions of Dollars’ and as his tag team with Darren Young was named ‘The Prime Time Players,’ he is one of the most valuable talents that the company has at their disposal.
His longevity with the company and phenomenal in-ring skills didn’t serve him well because the superstar never got the push he deserved. His tag team championship run was short-lived, and he never got an opportunity at any major championship in the WWE.
He does so much important outreach work for WWE in media, but that doesn’t help him win a title or be on weekly shows. I hope the company pays heed to this and gives this talent the opportunity he rightfully deserves.
It wasn’t difficult to pick this one, and while we did have a lot of contenders for this position, Lana ranked above Liv Morgan who was supposedly getting a push on return but has relegated to an afterthought. Bobby Lashley’s on-screen wife didn’t get enough time on TV when she was keeping well, but we hope that she fairs well in both her health and career situations upon return.