Most Disappointing WWE Superstars in 2017TechnicallyIDoComics
The Top Ten
Oh dear, this is not what I was looking for and y'all should too. Yes, Jin-roid Mahal did won the WWE Championship from Randy Orton. Yes, he showed his people of India how great he is as a champ. Yes, he wears a turban. Yes, he loves to eat bugs. One of most importantly, NO! We do not appreciate him as a worthy champ. No, he's not a powerful superstar due to the Singh lackeys on his shoulders. No, he's not 100% Indian because he's part Canadian. Although his year went good, he's still a fully disappointing superstar in 2017. - TechnicallyIDoComics
Oh dear,this is a shanti man and he beat from wrestlers like Brock eslar Broun strowman john cena undertaker,Ah foolish Jinder mahal
Oh Bayley, oh Bayley, just nothing but a Bayley. Bayley first won the RAW Women's Championship against Charlotte, but everything went crashing down on her. Alexa Bliss took the title away from her, fell in a terrible "Bayley, This is Your Life" segment, gets injured by Nia Jax and suffers ups and downs losing matches from the likes of Alicia Fox, Nia, Bliss and few others. Bayley claims she doesn't want to hurt anybody and she's a hugger,... huh? Anyways, young female fans do love Bayley while the grown-ups just doesn't want a hug from her anymore and I sure don't need one. - TechnicallyIDoComics
Let's not forget that Bayley's 5-minute Kendo Stick on a Pole match with Alexa Bliss was the worst thing that ever happened to her.
Hopefully his year of 2018 will be better this time. He did won the 2018 Royal Rumble match so let's hope he stays in for a positive year (well except that his english still ain't good).
Things were going so great for Shinsuke went he debuted on Smackdown, but the violins have been tuned down when he failed to succeed on winning the WWE Championship from Jin-roid Mahal and fell in few pointless feuds. What made his year bad for, his mic skills? Talent? Charisma? Anything I didn't mentioned? Y'all decide! - TechnicallyIDoComics
Several things to say about Corbin. The Lone Wolf did won the MitB briefcase, but unsuccessfully cash it in to win the WWE Championship. He did won the US Championship, but we wish it could've last a little longer now that he lost the title. It turned out Baron's year didn't go as planned, but until 2018 there's always another solution for him to get back on track,... or maybe not. - TechnicallyIDoComics
Once again, another disappointing year for Brock. He only wrestled 6 televised matches, fall in a unexpected feud with Goldberg and won the WWE Universal Championship and a pancake-flat match with Braun Strowman. He did fought an awesome match with AJ Styles, can't complain about that. He's still champion, but holding the title for so long is a waste of time due to being a "part-timer". It's an average year for the Beast, but still not good enough. - TechnicallyIDoComics
It seems Dolph ain't "showing off" like he used to as of now and who can blame him? He wrestled in boring matches and went 50/50 with AJ Styles, an ineffective feud with the debuting stars of Shinsuke Nakamura and Bobby Roode and some unexpected twist and turns from the entrances and music he tried to make out of. Sure he did won the US Championship, but turn out to be a bummer when he relinquish the title with an unsolved reason. What an uninspiring year it is for Mr. Ziggler. - TechnicallyIDoComics
Not much to say but few words from the Prizefighter. He lost his Universal Championship to Goldberg, gets sucked in a "New Face of America" storyline (sorry, it's not my favorite storyline, believe me) and a feud with Shane O-Mac that won't stop. Wait, what was that? Alright, maybe the Shane/KO feud ain't too bad, but with Sami Zayn now as BFFs with KO it's gonna turn ugly for the beginning of 2018. - TechnicallyIDoComics
First thing's first. Corbin had a B+ year. Anyway, this superstar won the WWE Championship by pinning Cena and Styles. And? He lost it to Orton after one defense. He never got a rematch, and had bad matches with Orton. He was sent to Raw, got pinned by Joe and Balor, and went from a potential main eventer to a kick off competitor. His feud with Finn led to the awful Sister Abagail segment, and contracted a virus, and came back to start a god awful feud with the "Broken" Matt Hardy. What has Wyatt become? He loses most of his matches and rivalries.