At the moment in the WWE, we are going through a 'Changing of The Guards', as pointed out by Aaron C in this brilliant article.
Guys like Kane, Undertaker and Triple H are now well into their fourties, which usually signifies their careers slowing down and them sitting back and letting the younger guys take the spotlight.
The younger, but experienced Superstars like Edge, Chris Jericho and Christian are also expected to slow down in the coming years, with Jericho currently taking time off to tour with his band, Fozzy, and Christian on the shelf at the moment due to injury.
The current faces of the WWE like Randy Orton, John Cena and Rey Mysterio have been leading the show for years, and it is almost like tradition for the torch to be passed on at some point, as all three of these men have had several WWE title reigns and great careers already.
So who is this torch going to be passed onto?
Well, there's been an influx of young Superstars across both rosters recently, giving us new talent and more recognisable wrestlers from the Indy scene. Even if they aren't being used properly at the moment by Creative, great things should become of them, and in this article, I will try to figure out which wrestlers on the current roster deserve most to be the biggest stars of the WWE by the end of 2011.