During this week's edition of Monday Night Raw, wrestling fans were introduced to what could well be yet another mistake made by the company.
With viewer ratings at an all-time low, having the current WWE World Heavyweight Champion involved in a newly-formed group alongside some misused mid-carders, may well not be the right way to go.
In the supposedly appropriately named 'League Of Nations,' WWE Champion Sheamus has been teamed with Wade Barrett, Alberto Del Rio and Rusev in the heel group.
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With each of these WWE Superstars undoubtedly having huge potential as individuals, the company's decision to throw them together is yet another example of how much they are struggling for ideas.
It is as if this was the easier option for WWE, so they decided to go with it. But the inclusion of the holder of the biggest belt in the business is an entirely questionable move.
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With this in mind, however, the most obvious way WWE could make this new stable succeed with fans at least, would be to add wrestlers to it who would prove beneficial.
There is no reason why the League Of Nations could not grow further, and the inclusion of someone such as Asuka would bring a whole new dimension to the faction.
Asuka is currently one of the leading names in women's professional wrestling and is certainly proving her dominance within WWE's NXT branch.
The League Of Nations need not be purely a group of male wrestlers, especially since the Divas Division is suffering so much of late.
With this in mind, Asuka could prove her worth further by bursting onto the scene of the main roster alongside some of the biggest names at the company, by being a part of this group.
In addition, WWE could even add a Diva already on the main roster into the mix through Paige, with the idea of her working alongside fellow Brit Wade Barrett, seeming a highly interesting option.
Giving Paige this opportunity would not only get her out of the struggling Divas Division, but would also enable her to reach her full potential as a successful heel.
Ultimately, adding Paige to the League Of Nations would be an effortless move as she would undoubtedly fit in well alongside the names which already make up the stable.
On the topic of Divas who would fit in well alongside the males in the League Of Nations, Becky Lynch's name should certainly be mentioned.
Lynch and WWE World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus are known for getting on well outside of WWE, and they could certainly do wonders with regard to representing Ireland.
Overall, WWE do have several options as to where to go with the League Of Nations, but perhaps the most beneficial for several people working under the company would be to include a female WWE superstar.
WWE fans: Do you like the new 'League of Nations', or is it another WWE mistake? Have your say in the comments below...