Its a difficult choice. I find John Cena frightfully boring as a top face, but he does have flashes of brilliance, e.g. last night against CM Punk. I would pick the Great Khali, but the lack of exposure he gets reduces the amount I dislike him - I pretend he isn't there. My choice was Sheamus. Although he's a decent wrestler, he just has no character and his mic skills are limited. He just has no interesting feuds considering he is one of WWE's top babyfaces. The wrestler I least dislike though changes often.
Outside of in-ring workers though, is where the majority of my disdain with the current product comes. Vickie Guerrero, Michael Cole, any McMahon, any "authority figure" all of that shit. Teddy Long is awful. Booker T. is terrible.
This. But it would be Jerry Lawler for me. He has no passion for wrestling anymore and regularly makes mistakes. He really needs to retire.
Originally Posted by Mysteriobiceps
Cena of course. I would legit kick his ass if I saw him.
Ofcourse he is pushed back. He was main event performer pushed back to upper mid card constantly losing every big match, and now he is going to suffer a prdictable loss challenging the streak. Now Punk needs to win to regain any credibility. Also comparing Taker's 30 year career to punk is ludicrous, Taker came from a different era, has worked with some of the biggest names in the business, one of the most protected performor and he almost always wins, keeping his gimmick and character strong. Its not the same at all.
Next year's main event is Rock vs Lesnar. The only way punk can main event WM is if he put his career on the line like Michaels and even that's not a guarantee.
In the end wins and losses aren't what matters most. It's the matches and stories that those entertainers put up for us. Wins and losses in the WWE should only matter to children, really. This isn't a real sport. It's theater.
I'll expand on Taker2theMoon's response...
Wins and losses don't matter. Its the moments and memories that count. HBK is "Mr. Wrestlemania", right? Yet, at Wrestlemania, his record is 6-11. If wins and losses really mattered, he wouldn't be "Mr. Wrestlemania". Its his stand-out performances which create moments and memories that make HBK legendary. Punk will not lose credibility by losing to the Undertaker. He will be involved in a match that will likely be a "Wrestlemania moment", and will likely be Punk's best match thus far at Wrestlemania.
Punk is also not being pushed back because facing the Undertaker is guaranteeing him a main event slot. If he was facing someone like Dolph Ziggler, he would be on the undercard rather than in the main event.