It is known to many members of the WWE Universe that several of the latest decisions made by the company have exactly been a big hit with its fans.
Perhaps the clearest example of late of this would be the company's decision to have Roman Reigns win the Royal Rumble match at the pay-per-view event in January, much to the dismay of both those in attendance, as well as those WWE fans watching around the world.
This choice of direction clearly proved the loss of connection WWE has had with its fans of late, as it seems to have struggled with deciding how to change up its roster and push lesser-known wrestlers which make up its roster.
Although the likes of Daniel Bryan, John Cena, and the former members of The Shield; Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose sit comfortably at the top of the roster and are entertaining as the leads on WWE television, having new superstars compete for the biggest titles would certainly not be a bad thing.
In addition, the inclusion of WWE legends is always something which goes down well with the followers of professional wrestling's biggest industry, but knowing what to do with them again seems to be where WWE suffers.
During this week's episode of Monday Night Raw, fans were teased with none other than Sting's music, which clearly caused a panicked Triple H to worry inside the ring.
A body double however was all that was seen, with Sting revealing that he was to accept The Game's offer of appearing at the Fast Lane pay-per-view event later this month.
This idea may well have left fans excited to see the wrestling legend at the event, but it did little to actually please fans who thought they were seeing Sting himself last night.
The reason for this was reportedly because WWE were unable to pay the high price for having the man himself appear on Monday Night Raw, and instead chose to save to occasion for Last Lane.
WWE have also been promoting a montage of late, in which it gives a number of statistics which help enable to company to run as it does, but ends by saying that it is nothing without its fans.
If this is how WWE feel, then they should make more of a connection in whichever way possible, to listen to the opinions of those members of the WWE Universe, as they are really, the ones who the company is trying its best to please most.