It is no secret that WWE boasts one of the hardest-working roster of athletes within sport and has done for many years.
This is not just to say that the WWE Superstars spend several hours in the gym every day - they are also on the road and rehearsing matches, near enough every day of the year.
That is why the suggestion of a break for WWE is one which should definitely be considered. Even if the time off was merely a couple of weeks every year, there are several reasons why it would benefit the WWE superstars who work tirelessly for the company.
Firstly, there is little argument against the fact that during 2014, WWE was hit hard by the amount of injuries some of its wrestlers sustained, with some of the biggest names such as Roman Reigns and Daniel Bryan facing prolonged time out away from WWE television as a result.
Though a scheduled break for the industry would not prevent injuries occuring during the rest of the year, it would give the WWE superstars a period of recovery.
As a result, the company itself would surely benefit from being able to have a higher number of fully-fit wrestlers for both their televised shows as well as smaller-scale events.
This in turn would also mean that the creative team who ultimately determine the interest in WWE, would have more time to come up with new fresh ideas, as well as more superstars to develop story lines with.
In addition, should the WWE wrestlers not necessarily support the idea of a break - they would still doubtlessly be kept busy with the huge commitment the company has to charities and helping communities.
Although the industry and its roster undeniably do a huge amount to help charities such as the Make A Wish Foundation and Breast Cancer Awareness, the possibility of them having more time to devote to these causes would surely be a good thing.
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Another positive which would come about from a scheduled break would be that WWE could see its WWE Network succeed even further.
If followers of the biggest industry in professional wrestling were having withdrawal symptoms should Monday Night Raw and SmackDown not be on their television screens for a couple of weeks, they would surely turn to the WWE Network to get their weekly or even daily dose of entertainment.
As well as this, it would encourage fans of WWE to become even more excited for the return of the shows following the break.
This could even result in increased viewing figures when the company is in its usual schedule, giving fans more people to discuss WWE with as well as doubtlessly benefiting the industry itself.
If 2014 is anything to go by, a break would surely be a positive move for both the company and its wrestlers, who are ultimately the reason the fans tune in week in, week out.