Professional wrestling is filled with men and women who have left a lasting impact on the business.
Many are remembered for being great at what they did in the ring, while some will never be forgotten because they weren't exactly technicians when they stepped in the squared circle.
Often times, however, there have been wrestlers who receive so much praise for what they've accomplished that they go from being respected and appreciated to overvalued and overrated.
Generally, these wrestlers have indeed contributed a lot to the business. But something about them was given too much weight—the way they were booked or the way fans always cheered them—while other aspects (like how they performed in matches or on the mic) were overlooked.
It's human nature to be drawn to certain wrestlers with certain characteristics, but I often wonder if the fanfare surrounding these guys has blown their reputations out of proportion.
Here are the 22 most overrated WWE Superstars of the last 10 years.
I'm generally sticking with major or well-known stars here, and someone has to be loved/respected by the masses to be considered overrated. For example, David Otunga is considered to be a good wrestler by maybe three people in America, and therefore, he will not be on this list.