5 Superstars Who Openly Admitted that they are not Happy with WWE

Check out the list of WWE superstars who are not happy with their situation in WWE and have openly admitted it.

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Becky Lynch 

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Fans from all around the globe have been entertained always by the WWE superstars over the years. But, sometimes, it has been found that there were some wrestlers who were not happy with the company and shared their displeasure openly on social media. Fans were left surprised by such bold actions from them.   


Here are the top five WWE superstars who openly admitted their displeasure with the company

Shinsuke Nakamura

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This Japanese wrestler from WWE came with a lot of expectations and in NXT, WWE used his full potential. But, when he came into the main roster, things did not go as per the plan for Shinsuke Nakamura. 

First, he lost against AJ Styles in WrestleMania 34 and since then, he has been considered a mid-card act. Once, Nakamura even slammed a fan who claimed the wrestler to be happy. But, in response, he said: “who said I’m happy? Don't believe anything other than what I said." 

Mustafa Ali


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This wrestler was not happy with WWE once for not using him on TV. Mustafa Ali is known for being active on Twitter and when a fan took a dig at him, Ali came up with an epic reply, The fan claimed that the wrestler gets paid without doing anything.

Ali wrote: "Yeah man. It’s real nice to be in your prime and wanting to use the exposure you get to bring light to serious topics, but instead forced to the sidelines for reasons beyond your control. Real nice to not be allowed to do what you’re passionate about." 

Sasha Banks

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In 2017, Sasha Banks revealed her displeasure with WWE about her short title runs along with zero title defences. She said: “Within a whole year, I’m a three-time Women’s Champion, which, to me, is a lot. I am a three-time two-week holder of a championship, so that took away my confidence so much."

"It’s stuff like that really brought down my confidence levels, like maybe there’s something wrong with me and they don’t see me as a champion or legit they wanted to have all these title changes and they wanted people to talk about it," Sasha Banks concluded.

Cedric Alexander

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In early 2020, reports came out that WWE had no such significant plans regarding Cedric Alexander. So, the wrestler came up with a tweet that read: “Frustated is an understatement”. During that time, Alexander was not being used properly on TV.

This American pro-wrestler is still with this company but fans were in shock when he shared his displeasure on social media. Currently, he performs in a tag team with Shelton Benjamin and they are allowed to appear on both the Raw and SmackDown brands.   

Becky Lynch 

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In 2018, Becky Lynch shared her disappointment with the WWE in a chat with Inside The Ropes as she was not happy with how the company was booking her on SmackDown. She said: "When I was drafted to SmackDown, I wanted to make sure that it was the Women's division to watch, and it became that.”

“And then, for some reason, I was sidelined for a long time, and I was just frustrated, because I knew that I had done everything right, I knew that every match that I had gone into, I had given a 120%," she added. Becky Lynch also claimed that despite training hard, she was not getting the opportunities to get back on top at that time.

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