It's not just us WWE fans that have favourite WWE Superstars or Divas, but even people that work for the WWE have their favourite talents.
Everyone's favourite superstars and diva's will continue to change, as sometimes our favourites are either released or are off TV for so long that a new talent emerges and we seem to forget about them.
Nevertheless, even top executives in the WWE have their distinct favourites in the WWE; stars they value the highest.
WWE Chairman Vince McMahon alongside his son-in-law Triple H and another top executive in Kevin Dunn have their three favourite superstars in the WWE.
Triple H is already behind the pushes of The Shield, The Wyatt Family, Adam Rose and Bo Dallas; as he continues to prioritise developmental talent with rumours suggesting Prince Devitt has signed with the company and KENTA could also be on his way this summer.
So, who are Vince McMahon's three favourite superstars?
Roman Reigns, Bray Wyatt and Bad News Barrett are said to be Vince McMahon's three favourite superstars right now, so it's clear that they are where they are right now because they are impressing the top officials.
Roman Reigns is in the middle of a brilliant feud between The Shield and Evolution, just waiting to break out as a top singles competitor whereas Bray Wyatt is still turning heads as the greatest talker on the microphone as he continues to turn the fans against John Cena.
Whilst Preston's Bad News Barrett is the Intercontinental Champion - where he will defend his gold against Rob Van Dam at Payback - as he continues to impress with his gimmick and his incredible work on the microphone.
It's no secret that Roman Reigns is the superstar the WWE want as the face of the company, and that could well begin at a WrestleMania, in fact it could be as early as WrestleMania 31 where the WWE have him capture the WWE World Heavyweight Champion; that plan has reportedly been locked in for a while now.
Obviously a lot can change, sometimes an unfortunate injury or perhaps the fans may go off a certain superstar, but if things go according to WWE's plan then WrestleMania 31 will definitely be built around Roman Reigns, but his first stop will be at SummerSlam where he is set to take on Triple H in a singles match once the The Shield and Evolution comes to an end or is close to ending.
The names the WWE are throwing around right now to take on Roman Reigns is The Beast Incarnate Brock Lesnar and Reigns' cousin, The Rock. With Lesnar it's a perfect chance for Lesnar to put Reigns over, and it's certainty that he will, as Lesnar ended The Undertaker's undefeated WrestleMania streak; having Reigns defeat the man who did that would make Reigns into an instant mega star in the business.
The Rock has also mentioned that he would like to work with his cousin, going as far as telling Vince he would like to have a match.
By that time Bray Wyatt will also continue to impress, he's already making light work of turning fans against John Cena and there are only a handful of superstars who could be a genuine threat to The Wyatt Family, it will be interesting to see what the WWE has planned for Bray; although with Reigns' plans going ahead, a title for Bray looks unlikely at this stage.
At one point Bad News Barrett was also touted as a future world champion, he did fall down the rankings after the Nexus ended but he seems to have gotten his career back on track with an impressive gimmick and having the fans firmly behind him, even as a heel.
Let's wait and see whether Vince's favourites will still be his favourites towards WrestleMania 31.
WWE fans - what do you think of Vince's three favourite superstars? Agree? Disagree? Have your say in the comments section below and come discuss all things WWE with me on Twitter @RazK28!
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