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Heath Slater tweets out cryptic message

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It is pretty safe to say that there are a large number of superstars on the WWE roster that are being under utilised.

In the case of Heath Slater, the term under utilised doesn't quite seem enough for some members of the WWE Universe to accept.

Reflecting or looking ahead?

Slater was a member of the Nexus when he arrived in the WWE and it could be argued that to this day, that has been his biggest contribution to the company.

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Of course he was also the leader of 3MB until his fellow band mates were released from their contracts and he then struggled to find a place.

He is mostly utilised as a side character these days in gimmick spots where he normally plays the role of the comedic character.

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Well it is unclear if his current lack of chances has finally gotten to the superstar or if he is simply casting an early prediction of what could be to come.

In quite a cryptic tweet, Slater has sent quite a confusing message to his fans as he poses in a very dark picture with a strange caption.

Reading "I wish I didn't work so hard. I wish I had the courage to express my feelings. I wish I could let myself be content" Slater's meaning could certainly be lost in translation.

The big question is, is Slater posting a very strange message about a new gimmick or is he reflecting on his WWE career with regret?

One in a big bunch

There are more than a fair few superstars who don't even appear on RAW or Smackdown these days and are barely used for any other televised shows.

From Jack Swagger to Curtis Axel, Adam Rose to Damian Sandow, these superstars tend to enter a storyline that works great for them for a month or two and then disappear once again.

Rose is constantly undergoing gimmick changes these days and no-one seems to know the location of Jack Swagger.

So the real question is, are these superstars useless on RAW, Smackdown and the PPVs or do the WWE just not know how to manage what they have?

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