WWE: 10 Comic Book Heroes Needed for SmackDown

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WWE: 10 Comic Book Heroes Needed for SmackDown
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Friday night SmackDown with The Undertaker, Rey Mysterio and LayCool used to be the best viewing on television by a mile. 

That show had it all. The Undertaker is one of the greatest professional wrestlers ever, Rey Mysterio had one of the best signature moves with his 619 and LayCool were so mean and catty in their 30-second backstage segment that it became better than any of the Diva wrestling.

Now with trades, injuries and retirements, the Friday night lineup is completely different.

While ratings continue to soar and new stars emerge such as Sheamus, I still feel like something is missing. What SmackDown needs is a new hero. Someone bigger than life, someone straight out of the pages of a comic book.

While any of the X-Men, Justice League or Avengers would be great for the SmackDown brand, I've tried to list heroes from other comic series as well.

In my list of 10, I have included three women who could compete for the Divas championship belt and seven guys who would all have a good chance of winning the World Championship.

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