No, not really.
*If* you have an updated version (ie, not the original) then you can in *most* cases, find it listed in among the other Windows Updates and uninstall it from there. Though there is an anomaly which can result in the update not being listed, even if you have not removed the reference to it.
Otherwise, there is no way of uninstalling the original version of WMP; because it is a Windows component, and original edition of WMP is stuck there. You can remove access to it from the Add/Remove Windows Components screen, but it can never be removed.
sfc /scannow can sometimes have a successful outcome. But not often, in WMP's case.