One of the most popular names in WWE has fired a shot at the WWE writing team who have been heavily scrutinised in the last few weeks.
Ever since The Authority were brought back to power on the final show of 2014, the WWE Universe have had questions over the company's creative direction.
The chorus of boos that greeted the conclusion of the Royal Rumble just highlighted the length of the fans' unhappiness.
They have since made steps to correct the problem which is viewed as Roman Reigns being man set to headline WrestleMania.
Placing him against fan favourite Daniel Bryan has put them in the position of ending another show to a chorus of boos or creating an exact repeat of the conclusion to last year's WrestleMania.
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With the WWE writing staff currently under more scrutiny than ever before, one of the most popular in-ring names of the 21st century has taken a shot at the creative team.
Rob Van Dam has been active on Twitter when responding to a fan who asked if he is likely to be coming back to the WWE?
"Cool! Wait...same writers?" - RVD's response to coming back to the WWE
Clearly RVD has taken the opportunity to voice his displeasure with the WWE writing staff and shoot down his chances of a WWE return.
Van Dam was always one of the most popular superstars in his time in the WWE and he was often used in several different roles.
Clearly things were not right with Mr Monday Night behind the scenes and he has taken his chance to show that to the world.
How to pull it back?
The WWE are facing an uphill task in order to keep their fans happy as they showed with their sudden turn around following the Royal Rumble.
Daniel Bryan put in a very unimpressive at the Royal Rumble but as the clear fan favourite, the company turned around and gave him a chance to go to WrestleMania.
Bryan was the man left standing covered in confetti after WrestleMania XXX in New Orleans last year and the fans want to see it happen again.
The WWE did a similar turn around with Bryan last year due to the fans and to do it twice in consecutive years could show a lot of weakness around creative department.
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