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5 WWE Legends Who Never Became Captain Of WWE Smackdown

7 months ago By Jhon Woug

The captain’s position is especially important in the exciting spectacle that is WWE’s Survivor Series, where brand dominance is the main attraction. While Team SmackDown has been led into combat by a number of famous personalities, it’s interesting to delve into the stories of five WWE giants who, strangely, never held the position of captain. The unseen tales of John Cena, LA Knight, Sabu, Rob Van Dam, and CM Punk are explored in this investigation. These icons, although having accomplished great things in their careers, never commanded Team SmackDown at the Survivor Series, creating a special hole in the history of the blue brand.

  1. John Cena

Surprisingly, John Cena—the epitome of hard work, devotion, and respect—never rose to the position of Team SmackDown captain at Survivor Series. Even though Cena is the face of WWE and a 16-time world champion, his omission from the SmackDown leadership role begs intriguing questions about what kind of leadership and strategic acumen he may have brought to the role of captain. With his unparalleled charisma and capacity to inspire the crowd, Cena may have introduced a fresh perspective to SmackDown’s team-based tactics.

  1. LA Knight

A legend already As per the WWE Universe’s reactions, LA Knight, who was well-known for his brazen demeanour and remarkable abilities, was never given the opportunity to take charge of Team SmackDown despite his unmistakable charm and rising notoriety. LA Knight as the captain would have given SmackDown’s tactics a new, practical perspective. Fans wonder how this self-assured powerhouse’s distinct demeanour could have impacted SmackDown’s strategy for brand dominance now that he isn’t serving as captain.

  1. Sabu

Unexpectedly, Survivor Series veteran Sabu, a hardcore pioneer renowned for his brutal style, never commanded Team SmackDown. Fans are curious about Sabu’s unrealized leadership potential, despite his groundbreaking in-ring performances and significant career. He is not currently serving as captain. An intriguing aspect might have been introduced to SmackDown’s team chemistry by incorporating Sabu’s unpredictable wrestling style.

  1. Rob Van Dam

Remarkably, Rob Van Dam, a talented and well-liked performer, was never named Team SmackDown leader. RVD may have been the perfect captain for SmackDown’s team-based matches because of his special combination of charm and agility. It starts a discussion on how RVD’s explosive style and relaxed manner would affect SmackDown’s Survivor Series strategy when one imagines him as captain.

  1. CM Punk

Remarkably, Team SmackDown was never headed by CM Punk in the Survivor Series. Punk is known as the voice of the voiceless and a wrestling revolutionary. Fans are left wondering what kind of adjustments Punk might have made to the chemistry of the SmackDown team in his place as captain, despite his outspoken personality and revolutionary impact on the business. SmackDown could have rethought its strategy for maintaining brand dominance in light of Punk’s ability to enthral crowds with both his words and his in-ring skills.

In the history of WWE’s Survivor Series, the captain’s position becomes a representation of strategic thinking and leadership in a situation where brand dominance is at stake. Although Team SmackDown has been headed by a number of luminaries, the story is made more mysterious by their absence, as is the case with John Cena, LA Knight, Sabu, Rob Van Dam, and CM Punk. These icons left a gap in the history of the blue brand because, despite having significant careers, they never commanded Team SmackDown in the Survivor Series. The unexplored role of these legends as captains prompts discussion about what may have been and the distinctive contributions they might have made to the leadership of Team SmackDown as fans reminisce about classic SmackDown encounters.

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