Check List: Most underrated WWE stars of all time

With WrestleMania 40 looming on the horizon, the anticipation for the grand event has sparked fervent discussions among wrestling enthusiasts.

Here are the most underrated WWE stars of all time (according to research based across internet) – 

Roddy Piper: Known for his unparalleled charisma and verbal prowess, Piper’s impact on the ’80s wrestling scene remains unmatched.

AJ Styles: A true phenom both inside and outside the WWE, Styles’ athleticism and in-ring skills have earned him a legion of loyal fans.

Bryan Danielson: Rising through the ranks with sheer determination, Danielson’s journey from indie sensation to WWE superstar has captivated audiences worldwide.

Cody Rhodes: A trailblazer in his own right, Rhodes’ bold career choices and commitment to his craft have solidified his status as a modern-day wrestling icon.

CM Punk: Love him or hate him, Punk’s unapologetic approach and rebellious spirit have left an indelible mark on the wrestling landscape.

Rey Mysterio: A pioneer of high-flying acrobatics, Mysterio’s agility and versatility have made him a fan favorite for decades.

Andre the Giant: A larger-than-life figure both in and out of the ring, Andre’s legendary stature and unmatched presence continue to resonate with fans.

Roman Reigns: Overcoming initial skepticism, Reigns has emerged as a dominant force in WWE, earning accolades and adoration from fans worldwide.

Edge: From his early days as a tag team sensation to his triumphant return from injury, Edge’s resilience and passion for the sport have endeared him to fans.

Mick Foley: A master of hardcore wrestling, Foley’s willingness to push the boundaries of pain and performance has made him a revered figure in the industry.

Chris Jericho: A true renaissance man of wrestling, Jericho’s longevity and ability to reinvent himself have solidified his status as a living legend.

Randy Orton: With a career spanning multiple championships and iconic rivalries, Orton’s legacy as a top-tier competitor speaks for itself.

Eddie Guerrero: Gone too soon but never forgotten, Guerrero’s unparalleled charisma and in-ring prowess continue to inspire wrestlers and fans alike.

Randy Savage: From his flamboyant persona to his legendary matches, Savage’s impact on the wrestling world is nothing short of iconic.

Kurt Angle: A true wrestling virtuoso, Angle’s technical prowess and larger-than-life personality have earned him a place among the all-time greats.

As WrestleMania 40 approaches, the legacy of these wrestling legends continues to shine brightly, serving as a testament to the enduring spirit of sports entertainment.