WWE Smackdown: Three Superstars who desperately need a push- WWE is certainly in a middle of a crisis. With over 150 superstars fired since last year, their main rosters are feeling the heat, especially the Friday Night Smackdown roster.
Despite the WWE Draft in October, Smackdown failed to get hold of a promising roster with only a handful of names peeping out of the hole. Smackdown’s roster looks lackluster, and their defeat at Survivor Series was a prime example of what’s aforementioned.
However, there are still a few superstars left on the Blue brand who are way better than the treatment they have been receiving on the show, and Roman Reigns’ ludicrous push has also made these superstars suffer. In this post, we have listed three superstars who deserve a push on the Blue brand and should come at the top for good. So without any further ado, let’s have a look.
WWE Smackdown: Happy Corbin
I personally feel pity for Happy Corbin, aka Baron Corbin. We all should remember him from his heydays. The long-haired Lone Wolf with passion in his eyes to destroy whoever put before him was the Corbin we may have hated for his character, but that was the Corbin we all deserved.
With a heavy built and a ridiculous physical specimen, seeing Corbin dancing around and cracking jokes with his newfound friend Madcap Moss doesn’t do justice to his abilities. WWE should look into him and give him a push he richly deserves.
WWE Smackdown: Cesaro
The Swiss Superman Cesaro’s brief push came to an abrupt end after the Wrestlemania Backlash PPV in May 2021, when he lost to the “god-figure” Roman Reigns. Prior to his match against the Tribal Chief, Cesaro secured his first-ever singles victory at the Showcase Immortals i.e., Wrestlemania 37, against the former World Champion Seth Rollins.
WWE Smackdown: Three Superstars who desperately need a push to propel their career
Cesaro and Rollins were involved in a brief feud heading into Wrestlemania 37, and it was the Swiss Superman who had the last laugh. The sudden end of Cesaro’s push was heavily criticized by the WWE Universe, and now we would have to wait to witness when he gets his chance to shine again.
WWE Smackdown: Sheamus
The Celtic Warrior Sheamus, since his return earlier this year, has been a hit & miss. The company helps him take a step forward and then pulls him back. Yes, he held the United States title for a fair amount of time, but we all know the Celtic Warrior is more than capable of how he is been utilized nowadays.
Another World title run is something Sheamus would be smelling and something he richly deserves. Therefore, seeing him back in the World title picture could be justice to his talent as he has been a former World Champion and defeated the legendary John Cena in his very first WWE Championship match to claim the coveted title in 2009.