Zack Ryder: Any WWE Superstar that can embrace pop culture and make such a name for himself without needing WWE deserves at least an honorable mention on this list, and Long Island Iced Z may have a shot at the HoF one day. WWWYKI.
Kofi Kingston: Is perhaps one of the most popular guys in the company today, and add that to the impressive list of accolades, and the thought that he may be one of the pioneers in a new WWE Tag Team Division, well, why not at least think about it?
Dolph Ziggler: From male cheerleader to former World Champion, Dolph has had a rocky road on his way to stardom, but things seem to be looking up for the current United States Champion. With talent in all areas of wrestling, it's hard to imagine Ziggler not going even farther in the future.
Justin Gabriel: The former three-time WWE Tag Team Champion has been impressive since he hit the scene on NXT, and after recently going solo, WWE looks to be putting a lot of emphasis on Justin Gabriel. With that push, who's to say where JG could go from here. HoF maybe?
Daniel Bryan: Many people speak of Bryan as the best in the world. I wouldn't go that far, but he's no slouch, either. Former United States Champion and current Smackdown Mr.Money in The Bank winner, D-Bryan has hit a snag as of late, but if he can pull off a win at Mania with that case, who's to say where he'll be in the future.
For those of you wondering why girls like Kelly, Natalya and Beth aren't on this list, that's because they are currently what I call, "Main-Event Divas," meaning the Divas Division revolves around them at the moment. If this was about a year or two ago, Layla wouldn't be on this list, and Jack Swagger probably wouldn't either, considering he was World Title Contender status at the time, I believe.
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