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Why do WWE have no idea what to do with unique superstars?

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It's the same old story with WWE isn't it? There are so many names that WWE have had no idea what to do with over the years, and as a result, they have either left the company and gone on to make a name for themselves elsewhere, or WWE have completely ruined their career. 

John Morrison, Bobby Lashley and Colt Cabana are all easy names that come to mind, but right now it seems to be Cesaro and Dean Ambrose that are heading up this list. 

WHY ARE WWE SO CONFUSED BY TALENT?

Dean Ambrose and Cesaro are quite possibly the most talented superstars on the roster currently, Cesaro's in ring skill is incredible, it just seems to be his problem with interacting with the audience, whilst Ambrose excels on the mic and sometimes backs this up in the ring, so why can't WWE book them effectively?

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Easily put? WWE are one dimensional. They used to be the land of the giants where they would always pass off the championship to the bigger guys because Vince McMahon loved muscled men. 

Now that has changed somewhat and the likes of Rey Mysterio, CM Punk and Seth Rollins have shown the versatility of the company, but WWE need to further improve. 

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STORYLINE CHANGES?

Ambrose currently has no storyline and WWE have openly admitted they have no idea what to do with him, Cesaro is pretty much in the same predicament. 

A heel turn for Ambrose could allow him to re-explore the rugged and violent character of Jon Moxley that became so popular on the independent circuit. But it's whether or not WWE would allow him to fully explore this character under the PG umbrella. 

WWE need to be open to allowing their superstars to give suggestions to their characters. It's now well known that CM Punk came up with the storyline for the Straight Edge Society and he had the idea for The Shield. 

This proves that some superstars have some decent input, sometimes they understand their character more by being the character than the creative team do by watching. But looking at WWE right now, it seems that the entire creative team needs an overhaul. 

The storylines are being replayed over and over and are not making a lot of sense to the new generation and Smackdown is still being used as a re-run for Raw, but hopefully this could change if Smackdown was set to go live. 

Superstars should not be signed if WWE have no idea what they can do with them over a matter of time,  with NXT now training so many new superstars and bringing through some incredible talent, there should be no excuse for superstars to be sitting on the sidelines just because the creative team are confused by the characters they have created. 

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