In wrestling politicking is usually connected to wrestlers using their backstage pull to get themselves ahead of the pack, title shots or high profile matches or perhaps to stop a push of a young talent. So it's looked at with a negative light by most fans. But is there any wrestlers who politic for the overall good of the WWE? The one I can think of who doesn't really use politics for personal gain is the Undertaker. Obviously he has politicked at least a bit considering how long his career has been and how long he has been on top. But he hasn't done it to get a bunch of titles around his waist or to be the face of the company seemingly. Out of a 23+ year career Taker has 7 world title reigns in total at a combined total of 445 days. Compare that to another top dog like Triple H who's a 10+ time world champ. Taker is also rumored to have used his backstage pull to have counteracted the Kliq a couple of times backstage and was also seemingly standing guard over Michaels when it was rumored that Michaels didn't want to put Austin over. Taker seems more inclined to use his pull to do what is best for the overall product and roster instead of himself. At least that is what I make out by just looking at things in retrospect. Do you have any other examples of guys who politic for the greater good?