The WWE has reached somewhat of a crossroads right now as many of their older fans are becoming unhappy with the PG product whilst younger fans are more in love with the shows than ever.
Stories of last minute decisions and unrest backstage are a constant presence in the company and many have even started to doubt the great Vince McMahon.
Even the writers
Whilst some fans may feel that the WWE Chairman has lost his way and is to concerned with sending a message than he is about making entertaining TV.
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Some who are more than fans are also becoming disillusioned with the product being put on our TV screens.
The WWE creative team have come up with some incredible ideas in recent years but it has now been reported that there may be dissent in the ranks.
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Claiming that one writer in particular has become frustrated with the bookings being made by the WWE, some very good points have been raised about the direction of the product right now.
The Wrestling Observer was the first to report that one member of the creative team is frustrated with how the company are continually booking themselves into a corner.
That along with the belief that they are rarely giving anyone consistent wins or positive momentum that they need to have upward mobility stress some very real concerns from the creative department.
Arguably the man with the most momentum in recent months has been Roman Reigns who until his current rivalry with Bray Wyatt, barely lost a match.
Reigns was booked in for a triumphant WWE World Heavyweight Championship win at WrestleMania but many believe that due to the harsh reaction his Royal Rumble victory received, the WWE changed the plan.
Only time will tell however if tensions will rise enough for their to be a problem between the creative department and the chairman however.
Last minute decisions
The WWE is pretty much known for their twists in plot and feuds but one of the most memorable moments in recent history was actually the result of a last second decision.
Seth Rollins cashed in his Money in the Bank briefcase at WrestleMania XXXI on Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns and left with the championship.
However it emerged after the event that the cash in was as a result of a last minute decision backstage.
If last minute decisions are shaping how WrestleMania ends, then perhaps the creative department have reasons to be frustrated with Vince McMahon.