Underrated Wrestlers

United States
December 23, 2008 7:31pm CST
Who is underrated in the world of professional wrestling? I am going to go with Charlie Haas. I see so much in him but since he can't cut a promo, I just don't think he has a bright future. Also, Elijah Burke! This guy is amazing and I think WWE dropped the ball with him. Hopefully he goes to TNA and makes TNA some real money. Also, Armando Estrada was a big loss too. He has the potential to make some big buck feuds any place he goes.
3 responses
@allen0187 (34390)
• Philippines
28 Dec 08
elijah burke is definitely talented and really needs a push from wwe if he wants to make it big. haas is a good wrestler as well. i remember him and shelton benjamin made a great tag team before. talented guy and i'm glad haas is getting a lot of tv time wiht his impersonations but ne needs to take it a notch and defeat one of the big name superstars while doing his impersonation. imagine charlie haas doing a john cena impersonation and putting cena in an stfu and making cena tap out. that'll be great tv and a shocker to fans. lol!
@Marcola (2776)
• United States
26 Dec 08
Elijah Burke was definitely underrated. If you're talking about guys that are no longer with WWE, I'd say Domino. He's charismatic, a great talker and good in the ring. If WWE was going for the next attitude era, (and they should be) his "Global Dominotion" could've been huge. Instead, they'd rather have Hornswoggle stealing a slammy from Striker and Grisham as well as push John Cena and Batista like they're the "new" Rock and Stone Cold. Yeah, Cena and Batista sell merchandise, but they don't appeal to everyone. On the current roster: I completely agree with D'Lo Brown being underrated. I wonder if he knew what was in store for him when he wanted to make a comeback. It's sad that a lot of the newer fans probably don't even know who he is. Heck, they'd probably laugh if you told them he's a former intercontinental and european champion and once beat Triple H for the European title. He barely gets any TV time now and lost a match to Santino Marella, a comedy character. Also, Val Venis is quite underrated. He must be a really loyal soldier for staying with a company that never uses him anymore.
@red12346 (85)
• Canada
25 Dec 08
i think the most underrated superstar in wwe is jimmy wang yung. that guy is simply a great high-flyer but he never got a real push from wwe. wwe is wasting his talent.