Which wrestler, with great talent do you think the WWE wasted the most?
Are you serious? Go and watch Funkai when he was in Japan and then get back to me, also the fact that Ted DiBiase never won a WWE Championship is a joke.I'd just like to point out the obvious, which is that the poll options are rather ridiculous. Ted DiBiase Sr. and Funaki on the same list? Did Funaki have talent? I can't recall such a thing.
While my vote stays with Owen, I'd like to add Mr. Perfect to the list. I don't know if WWE necessarily wasted him, but WCW sure as hell did.
Past: Hennig, Roberts, and DibiaseRick Martel - Great heel. Should've been Intercontinental Champion at some point.
Owen Hart - If he didn't injure Austin, a Stone Cold Vs. Owen Hart WWF Championship feud could've happened.
Shelton Benjamin - deserved to win Money In The Bank since he was a major factor in the stipulation match being so great and memorable.
Christian - deserves to be World Heavyweight Champion at some point.
Mr. Kennedy - robbed of a world title win because of a dumbass doctor.
William Regal - Should be main event material
Ultimo Dragon - How Ultimo got treated was a disgrace!
MVP - Definitely world title contender
Sean O'Haire - If he could've only talked, his WWE career would've been amazing. He would've fit well with Evolution.
Ted Dibiase - Nothing more I can add.
Shane Douglas - I liked Dean Douglas, but The Franchise would've fit right in the Attitude Era. Imagine how Austin Vs. Douglas could've been!
THANK YOU!!!! My goodness you took the words out of my mouth. How can a guy who had his own championship created for him wasted?? DiBiase did as much as the other main eventers did except win the big one. But the man was one of the biggest stars back in his day and is a WWE legend right now. He was NOT wasted. He was everything BUT that.How was Ted DiBiase wasted? Why? Because he never won the world title? Pshhh. This generation is spoiled. Everyone and their uncle wins the world title now. DiBiase will go down as a bigger wrestling name than practically 99% of all these current "world champs".
From 1988 to 1991, DiBiase was consistently featured in some of the most prominent feuds throughout the WWF. There were only a handful of superstars - at best - who got more attention and more exposure during that time period. He was one of the big boys. In no way, shape, or form was he "wasted".
Agreed, which makes it all the more confusing that you're including Funaki in this group. Do you honestly think Funaki could've been WWE Champion?Are you serious? Go and watch Funkai when he was in Japan and then get back to me, also the fact that Ted DiBiase never won a WWE Championship is a joke.