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3 WWE Superstars Who benefits at WrestleMania 37 despite losing

3 WWE Superstars Who benefits at WrestleMania 37 despite losing
Although the focus of attention is usually on the winner of WrestleMania matches, there is a lot of consideration given to what awaits those who are defeated. WrestleMania 37 is no exception, but the majority of fans seemed to agree with and appreciate the decisions made, especially on Night 1.

Not every Superstar who has lost a match will suffer a setback. If anything, their loss could serve as a springboard for bigger and better things to come.

Despite losing at WrestleMania 37, three Superstars would benefit in the long run.

The Miz Lost to Damian Priest and Bad Bunny at WrestleMania 37

3 WWE Superstars Who benefits at WrestleMania 37 despite losing
After WrestleMania 37, Bad Bunny received a lot of acclaims, which he deserved. He established himself as the greatest celebrity wrestler in WWE history, setting a new bar.

The Miz and John Morrison were the sacrificial lambs at WrestleMania 37, but they made the most of their opportunity. They were great heels who got a lot of heat, and they did a fantastic job in their positions. As a result, Bad Bunny's popularity has grown.

Bad Bunny's amazing WrestleMania success has two sides. The first was his own determination and hard work, and the second was The Miz's encouragement during the match.

The Miz can be seen softly calling the spots and directing Bad Bunny while watching the match. Although John Morrison made Bad Bunny look fantastic, The Miz is trusted in such important roles for a cause.

His brief eight-day WWE Title reign this year may have been his last World Championship run, but as long as he remains in WWE, he will continue to benefit.

Drew McIntyre Lost in WrestleMania 37 to Bobby Lashley

3 WWE Superstars Who benefits at WrestleMania 37 despite losing
At WrestleMania 37, Drew McIntyre was the first Superstar to make an appearance (for a match, anyway). It was widely assumed that placing him and the WWE Championship on the main stage first at WrestleMania would be a way for WWE to give him a well-deserved coronation in front of the crowd.

He not only missed out on the chance to perform in front of a live audience at WrestleMania 36 last year, but he went on to become one of the company's greatest World Champions in recent memory.

He was the face of WWE during the pandemic period, delivering on every pay-per-view and every title defense he had. Despite this, Bobby Lashley was the surprise winner of WrestleMania 37 after putting Drew McIntyre out of The Hurt Lock.

Some were angered by the decision, while others argued that Bobby Lashley's title reign should have been preserved at WrestleMania 37. Drew McIntyre would prosper in the long run, despite the loss. Maybe he didn't have a moment of his WrestleMania, but a year is a long one.

In 2021, we wouldn't be surprised if Drew McIntyre didn't win the WWE Championship. Instead, a gradual build to a bigger moment at WrestleMania 38 would be preferable.

Sasha Banks in the main event of WrestleMania 37 lost to Bianca Belair

3 WWE Superstars Who benefits at WrestleMania 37 despite losing
Sasha Banks' biggest career achievement came on April 10th, when she became the first woman to headline WrestleMania. She was the reigning SmackDown Women's Champion, and it was just the second-ever Women's main event at WrestleMania.

As usual, Banks delivered in big matches, putting on a clinic with Bianca Belair that deserved to take the top spot on Night 1 of WrestleMania 37. During the pandemic era, Sasha Banks was one of WWE's MVPs.

Sasha Banks, Asuka, Bayley, and Drew McIntyre, who were all MVPs during the pandemic period, all did poorly at WrestleMania, with the latter not even having an official spot on the card.

Despite introducing newer talent at WrestleMania, Sasha Banks is the younger woman. Sasha Banks is still in her prime years, and we expect great things from her in the future.