Is The WWE Using It's African-American Superstars Properly?

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Is The WWE Using It's African-American Superstars Properly?

With the abrupt departure of several of the WWE's top stars in the past year like Shawn Michaels and Dave Batista, and with the recent injuries to the Undertaker and Triple H, WWE officials have been scrambling to find younger stars to push to main event status.  

The WWE has spent the last several months taking a hard look at the entire roster of low/mid-card talent, and they continue to tag some of their more promising stars for a serious push.  

Mid-card staples like the Miz, Kane, and Drew McIntyre continue to get runs with the gold, and are being pushed to main event status, while young stars like Daniel Bryan, Wade Barrett, Dolph Ziggler, and even Cody Rhodes are being elevated to the top of the talent pool.

But in its effort to strengthen its "youthful" roster by creating a plethora of new stars in a short period of time, is the WWE overlooking its now-prominent African-American roster?  Or simply mis-using them?  

Let's take an in-depth look....

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