Just WWE M.O, they book almost everyone like that. As you can see, all the women have been wasted since Mania except for Sasha and Bayley. Kairi had the most potential out of the bunch though.Kairi deserved to be booked a lot better than she was. She had earned it. Why the heck do y'all think she wasn't booked better? Is there any valid reason she wasn't?
I'd dare say Asuka has ended up faring quite well. You look back at how bleak things looked for her during and after the Carmella run and then look now and...not bad, not bad. Of course, people would rather eat mud than admit this because they are butthurt they ended up being proven wrong with that "wont ever get past midcard because muh english" spiel.Just WWE M.O, they book almost everyone like that. As you can see, all the women have been wasted since Mania except for Sasha and Bayley. Kairi had the most potential out of the bunch though.
I gave you the thumbs up for the second half of your post, which I had never thought about, and is totally correct. As for the first part, I still think Kairi was never going to have been given the chance to shine with Vince in charge.At the end of the day, Kairi never became a huge deal on the MR because she didnt stick around. Had she stayed, it would've been a different story, but she decided to retire.
also, Stardom is, within the context of women's wrestling, as mainstream as the wwe's women's division is, so it's not as if she were this underrated indie name that never got to show what she was made of. She was and is still the the most popular name over there from 16 onwards. and this coming fromsomeone who's neevr been a fan of hers, yet seems I'm the only one who doesnt underplay said career.
He only cares about certain performers. Unless a performer becomes super over and the fans start hijacking shows to support said performer, he will largely either a) ignore the fans or b) job the said performer to the wrestler that Vince actually wants positioned at the top.Vince sucks at booking & wastes 95% of his roster.