Six WWE superstars who have yet to win a match this year

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Despite what you hear from the sports entertainment company, wins and losses do matter in the world of the WWE.

2018 has been an interesting thus far this year in the WWE. Some acts have gotten over big while others have not.

During the late 1980s, WWE Chairman Vince McMahon shaped the WWF into a unique sports entertainment brand that reached out to family audiences while attracting fans who had never before paid attention to pro wrestling.

One of his greatest ideas was to create WrestleMania, would be the biggest event of the year for not only the WWE but pro wrestling in general.

After struggling against World Championship Wrestling (WCW), McMahon cemented the company as the preeminent wrestling promotion in the late 1990s when he started the Attitude Era.

In October 1999, McMahon led the promotion in an initial public offering of company stock. McMahon acquired the fading WCW from Turner Broadcasting System in 2001, which brought an end to the Monday Night Wars.

While it looked like a victory at first, it was a mistake if you look back on it. If you do not have any competition, then you get relaxed, and when creating content, that would be an issue.

The ratings and overall interest in the company have dropped off big time since 2001. Some people blame McMahon for this due to the fact that he oversees everything in the company.

Some even believe that it is time for McMahon to step down as Chairman and have his son-in-law, Triple H, take over creative for the company due to his success with the NXT brand that he created a few years ago.

We have come up with a list that looks at stars who have yet to pick up a win thus far this year in the sports entertainment company, which you can check out here.

Coming in at #6 is Sin Cara who has lost three matches. Next up at #5 is Mike Kanellis. A surprising name comes in at #4 is former WWE Champion Kane. Rounding out the rest of this list is The Ascension (five losses) at #3, Curt Hawkins (13 losses) at #2 and Ariya Daivari (17 losses) at #1

What are your thoughts on your thoughts on this list? Have YOUR say in the comments section below interact with the rest of the WWE fans.


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