One of the best compliments that can be paid to a wrestler is that they can carry a broomstick to a five-star match. However, fans have seen matches between some of the best #WWE Superstars that just didn’t live up to expectations. Here are 15 great WWE Superstars that had zero chemistry together!


15. John Cena vs. Randy Orton:
While Randy Orton and John Cena had a long feud, it’s best remembered for dragging on forever rather than any excitement in the ring. It’s hard to recall anything memorable about what should have been a brutal program between “The Legend Killer” and “The Face that Runs the Place”. […]

14. Bayley vs. Alexa Bliss:
“The Huggable One” and “Little Miss Bliss” are both excellent workers who showcased tremendous charisma in NXT and seemed like a natural pairing for their time on the main roster. […]

13. Scott Steiner vs. Triple H:
After the WWE cheaped out on bringing top stars during the Invasion angle, they brought out the checkbook to bring in some top WCW stars. One such wrestler was “Big Poppa Pump” Scott Steiner, the “Genetic Freak” who had excelled during WCW’s dying days as their top heel. […]

12. Ric Flair vs. Bret Hart:
“Nature Boy” Ric Flair and Bret “The Hitman” Hart failed to connect in the ring, with fans throwing up their hands in amazement. Both men locked up during their time in the WWF and later on in WCW […]

11. Dean Ambrose vs. Bray Wyatt:
The concept of wild man vs. wild man had the WWE Universe excited, with fans wondering how “The Lunatic Fringe” would deal with Bray Wyatt’s mind games and unpredictable tactics. […]

10. Kane vs. the Undertaker:
Sibling rivalries are as old as time, thus, when Paul Bearer unleashed the Undertaker’s storyline brother Kane on the wrestling world, fans were eager to see this battle between monsters. However, what happened in the ring has always been a lackluster brawl, whether it’s been their WrestleMania encounters or more bizarre matches such as The Inferno Match. […]

9. The Legion of Doom vs. Demolition:
While WWE creative guru Bruce Prichard denies Demolition were the WWF’s version of the Road Warriors, most fans initially saw Demolition Ax and Smash as a poor-man’s version of Hawk and Animal. Demolition proved the world wrong, becoming one of the WWF’s greatest tag teams and causing fans to wonder what would happen should the Road Warriors ever come to the WWF. […]

8. Chris Jericho and Steve Austin:
Chris Jericho, a skilled technician who mixed high-flying moves into his arsenal, had difficulty meshing with “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, despite a career-making match at Vengeance where “Y2J” became the WWE’s first Undisputed World Champion. […]

7. Christian vs. Edge:
Despite their long time together as a tag team, not to mention their working together before they entered the WWE, Edge and Christian didn’t click when it came time for them to feud. […]

6. Hulk Hogan vs. Mr. Perfect:
Looking at Hulk Hogan’s career, it’s easy to see many of his best-remembered matches were against monster heels and wrestlers his size. When it came time for the Hulkster to work against smaller opponents, things usually didn’t go as well. Although Hogan had good matches against technicians like “The Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase and Ric Flair […]

5. Jake Roberts and Rick Rude:
While neither man held a world championship in the WWF, they were mainstays in the upper card, always providing excitement in the ring. Jake and Rick Rude’s WrestleMania IV encounter was a bad sign of things to come as their time-limit draw proved surprisingly dull. […]

4. Eddie Guerrero and Ric Flair:
Eddie Guerrero and Ric Flair had a surprisingly average match in WCW, leading fans to wonder how they would fare several years later in the WWE. Flair had returned to the ring after serving as RAW General Manager, with a storyline that perhaps he was better left retired. […]

3. #TheRock vs. the Undertaker:
The Rock and the Undertaker worked at a time when the WWF had an unbelievable main event roster, with names such as “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, Mick Foley, and Triple H and of course, the Rock and ‘Taker. […]

2. Randy Orton vs. Bray Wyatt:
This was a well-developed feud that saw Randy Orton join the Wyatt Family, only to destroy it from within, leaving Bray Wyatt to face Randy Orton at WrestleMania XXXIII […]

1. Bill Goldberg vs. Triple H:
Most fans were very disappointed with “Old Whisker Biscuits’”, as the Rock so affectionately called Goldberg, 1st run in the WWE. It was obvious to all but Vince McMahon that no one in Titan Tower knew how to book WCW’s home-grown megastar against WWE Superstars. […]

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