Ricochet has had his fair share of ups and downs since debuting on WWE’s main roster.
While he’s proven time and time again that he’s one of the greatest athletes to ever grace the squared circle and that he’s one of the most innovative high flying superstars in the world today, this hasn’t been enough to break the glass ceiling.
Despite his skills, the closest Ricochet has gotten to the “apex” in his career would have to be his WWE Title match at Super Showdown with Brock Lesnar.
Now, obviously, The Beast isn’t known for having lengthy 25-minute bouts and Ricochet lost in under 2 minutes, but that’s not the point.
Ricochet’s stock has gone down drastically since then and there hasn’t been a good enough explanation as to why this is. He doesn’t have to get booked to like he’s the greatest wrestler to ever grace the sport in order for him to be used to his fullest potential.
Still, booking him for the sole purpose of performing an epic ladder match spot at Money in the Bank when he has so much more to offer is a missed opportunity on WWE’s part.
On the bright side, it looks as though Ricochet is set to make a huge impact in 2022. Let’s just hope his 2022 is better than the current one.