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The Biggest Wastes of Space in the WWE, 2012.

Updated on April 15, 2013

Intro

This is my list of people currently in the WWE who I cannot understand how they got there. Their matches and/or spiels are boring and bad, and I don't see how they have a job at all. I'm just making a list right now, I might do explanations for each person later. I do understand that things can change rapidly. Zack Rider would have been on this list not long ago, and while I can't understand exactly how he got big, I respect it.I also respect the hard work it takes to do this at all, even of the people on my list. I just feel that they waste air time that could be given to people I actually want to see.I will be updating this list regularly. Feel free to tell me why I'm wrong, or who I forgot to add.

1. Mark Henry: Big, slow and repetitive.

2. Vickie Guerrero: So she's here because.......she's slept with a bunch of wrestlers? And her loud, obnoxious shriek? Way to set the women of the WWE back a few decades. A walking gender stereotype.

3. Dolph Ziggler: Boring wrestling and annoying talking.

4. Heath Slater: Who?

5. Epico: Only here because of his ethnicity. Wishes he were Carlito. Boring wrestling, and no talk game at all.

6. Hunico: Only here because of his ethnicity. A walking racial stereotype. Boring wrestling and no talk game.

7. Primo: See Epico.

8. Goldust: Haven't found him interesting at all, now or back when.

9. Jinder Mahal: Only here because of his ethnicity. Boring wrestling and no talk game.

10. Curt Hawkins: Wishes he was Zack Rider. Boring wrestling.

11. The Great Khali: Yes, He's big and strong, but he's soooooooooooooooooooo slooooooooooooooooowwwwwww......... Like watching someone wrestle under water. Same three moves over and over.

12. Santino Marella: He's a joke, but I guess that's his sthich now. would be OK if his wrestling was any good. Which it isn't.

13. Tyler Wreks: Who?



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      ScottLoogan 5 years ago from High Point, NC, USA

      I like Randy Orton a lot. And a few others. Mark Henry coming back is the last thing I want. Undertaker going out still champion would be pretty awesome.

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      B-Dawg 5 years ago

      Scott Loogan,

      There are lots of waste of space in wwe right now. The only good wrestlers now are Part time such as undertaker, Brock Lesnar, HHH, the Rock and Y2J. I wish they would bring back Mark Henry actually. I want to see Undertaker win wwe championship at WM 29. If he does not want to wrestle anymore they can do an angle where he got injured and title becomes vacant. PEace

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      ScottLoogan 5 years ago from High Point, NC, USA

      Yeah, that would have bee sweet.

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      Wayne K. WIlkins 5 years ago from Birmingham, England.

      Also, Bryan vs. Benoit was a dream match of mine in the early 2000's. Such a shame that never happened. Benoit would have gotten even better with age, just as Bryan has now. So sad.

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      Wayne K. WIlkins 5 years ago from Birmingham, England.

      Dolph Ziggler is an incredible talent. Reminds me of a young NWA era Barry Windham, which is amazing because Windham was one of a kind in his time. That and since finding his niche, a touch of Hennig to go with it. Ziggler has a bright future. also, Goldust? he is one of the msot underrated talents in the WWE. A true ring veteran who has had some solid matches, whether you like his gimmick or not. The man behind the glitter, Dustin Rhodes, is a sound talent int he ring. Benoit was a genius, regardless of what he did leading to his death. nothing can take away from his career.

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      ScottLoogan 5 years ago from High Point, NC, USA

      I don't think the tragedy can undo what a good wrestler he was.

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      BigDaddyCoolVA 5 years ago from New Haven, CT

      I have to agree...Daniel Bryan is great and is the next Chris Benoit. Hopefully more people will remember Benoit for what he did in the ring and not how his life tragically ended.

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      ScottLoogan 5 years ago from High Point, NC, USA

      I saw Ziggler vs Daniel Bryan. Bryan was awesome. Bryan is the new Benoit. Ziggler.....well I can't actually remember anything he did.

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      ScottLoogan 5 years ago from High Point, NC, USA

      I've never seen Ziggler do anything on the mic or the ring that a lot of other people couldn't do better. Every time I see him on screen I have to stifle a yawn. That is just my opinion. Maybe I just didn't catch the good stuff.

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      BigDaddyCoolVA 5 years ago from New Haven, CT

      I don't understand why you think Dolph Ziggler is a waste of space. After watching his work with Punk and his work on the mic, he is the future lead heel of the company. He is definitely on par with being a young Mr. Perfect. I honestly think he could be better than Bret Hart, who I truly never liked.

      And Santino Marella brings some comic relief into things. I laugh when I see him with his cobra. Santino is basically a jobber right now, but jobbers of the old days of just being in the ring are no more.