5 WWE Stars Who Have Exceeded Expectations In 2017
August 10, 2017 - WWE
WWE has had a rather peculiar 2017, a year in that Goldberg competed during WrestleMania and The Undertaker called it quits.
Some of a strangest things we’ve seen this year, however, have zero to do with vital stars returning or retiring. Rather, this year has been noted by some impossibly gifted stars descending down a label while other stars have climbed adult it. For each luminary who has struggled in 2017, there is another star who has done a many out of his or her eventuality in track to apropos one of WWE’s most surprisingly successful stars.
And for some of those stars, we couldn’t have likely that they would arise from a remains of shade to sketch their names in a story books forever.
Here are 5 WWE superstars who have some-more than exceeded expectations so distant in 2017.
After removing by a initial beating of being left off a WrestleMania 33 card, Samoa Joe has grown into one of a best pristine heels in all of WWE and a vital captivate during that.
Joe’s participation in a Universal Championship design has played a large purpose in Raw viewership consistently trending adult over a final several weeks, starting with spikes after both Extreme Rules and Great Balls of Fire, dual pay-per-views that featured Joe in a categorical event. Along a way, Joe has proven to be a pound strike on YouTube as well, generating an impressive four million views for his conflict on Lesnar and another 7.8 million (an superb number) for his fight with “The Beast.”
It’s not that anyone approaching Joe to be a wave on Raw, though after a severe start to his categorical register run that seemed to execute him as only another guy, he’s clearly anything though that. He has been established, along with a likes of Braun Strowman and Brock Lesnar, as one of WWE’s many believably tough superstars and a legitimate fighter, something that has clearly brought an atmosphere of realism to a categorical eventuality stage on Raw.
Now, Joe may be set for an arriving argument with John Cena and reportedly may be a one who defeats Lesnar for a Universal Championship at SummerSlam, that demonstrates only how frequency WWE officials consider of him.
The Fashion Police
In 2016, Fandango and Tyler Breeze were a forgettable tab group that was separated in a initial turn of a contest to climax a first-ever SmackDown Tag Team Championship.
But now? WWE’s artistic group has authorised Fandango and Breeze to entirely welcome their Fashion Police gimmick, that has turn a critically acclaimed strike and has delivered some of a best comedy we’ve seen on WWE TV in new years. Tom Clark of Bleacher Report has labeled The Fashion Police as “WWE’s subsequent good comedy act.” The Big Lead says “it’s a plain gamble that these dual will be wearing bullion earlier than after since they’ve been successful at seizing a movement with their characters.” Rolling Stone has labeled a twin “the WWE tag-team that’s creation wrestling fun again.”
Breeze and Fandango have morphed from frequency seen reduce label workers to having a “best seller” t-shirt on WWEShop.com and potentially being WWE’s best comedy act this side of The New Day. Not bad for a group that probably no one was articulate about only 5 or 6 months ago.