The buildup to WresteMania is often when WWE superstars are really solidified as bonafide stars in the company.
It's the biggest show of the year, so WWE Creative seems to save some of its best storylines and writing in the preceding months.
However, with WrestleMania 28, the emphasis is on people whose star level has already been solidified: Triple H, the Undertaker, The Rock, John Cena, CM Punk and Chris Jericho.
The World Heavyweight Championship match between Sheamus and Daniel Bryan has almost been completely overshadowed.
That's not to say that it's a bad thing for the either the company or the fans. WWE itself could have a huge buyrate for the pay-per-view and fans could be treated to the best WrestleMania ever.
The biggest losers are the wrestlers who have yet to really have their WrestleMania moment. It's difficult to see many new faces really emerge from the PPV.
It's been a problem with the company for the past few years. Few new superstars have been elevated while the same guys at the top (John Cena, Randy Orton, Triple H, etc.) remained.
While fans have seen CM Punk and Daniel Bryan receive huge pushes, there are so many other superstars on the WWE roster that have earned a significant push.
Here are eight superstars/Divas who deserve much better treatment from WWE Creative.
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