The WWE has a ton of talent within its ranks. From developmental to the main roster, we may be looking at one of the best rosters the WWE has ever had from a talent standpoint.
The black mark on that statement is the fact that a lot of the talent isn't actually used. It's rare to see Zack Ryder show up on Raw, a lot of people question if JTG is nothing more than an urban legend, and I can't remember the last time Alicia Fox was on Smackdown.
Another thing that could stop this roster from realizing its full potential is the fact that those who are capable of being managers aren't given that chance.
The WWE, for years, had many managers and valets. Slick, Ms.Elizabeth, Jimmy Hart, Teddy Long and several other names once managed Superstar after Superstar in attempts to give those who needed it that extra push or extra addition to their character.
Somewhere along the line, WWE forgot that.
While the manager is a slowly returning breed with the likes of Paul Heyman and Zeb Colter around, there still is a lack of managers.
With that in mind, I decided to compile a list of several unused talkers who could help out another by being either a manager or a valet. Some are obvious, but a lot of these are rather...surprising picks. Hopefully you'll be willing to give the idea a chance.