WWE WrestleMania 33: Unsung Heroes of Raw and SmackDown Who Deserve Mania Moment

Friday, March 17, 2017

 
Feed Source: WWE Bleacher Report

WWE WrestleMania 33 is fast approaching, and all of the most important people on the roster seem to have their plans set in stone.

There's still room to play around with the card a little here and there, but for the most part, if you're someone like Roman Reigns, John Cena or Kevin Owens, you were factored into plans months ago and have nothing to worry about.

However, what about those Superstars who were working just as hard—if not harder—during that same time frame WWE seems to be ignoring?

WrestleMania season is the time of year when many part-time wrestlers come in and scoop up prime real estate on the card.

Meanwhile, the talents who were workhorses during the rest of the year suddenly stop being valuable to WWE and are pushed aside, with their efforts going unrewarded.

Without those men and women, there would be no momentum for the bigger stars to capitalize on, which makes it a shame to see them sit unnoticed on the sidelines.

When looking back over the past year and comparing it to the lineup for WrestleMania 33, several unsung heroes stand out as Superstars who are unfortunately not likely to receive a WrestleMania moment this year despite all their contributions to getting WWE to this point.

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