Unless you have been living under a rock for the past couple of months, you will know that the WWE is having a lot of creative problems.
Lack of direction and lack of original content are some of the biggest concerns from the WWE Universe, as it is infuriating them when the company doesn't listen to their requests and, instead, gives them something they don't want at all. This, in turn, has caused many fans to stop watching the product, which has decreased WWE's ratings.
Triple H spoke about the issue during a conference call yesterday where he was promoting the NXT TakeOver: London event taking place next week, according to SEScoops.com, via NoDQ.
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He said: “We just have to become more disciplined and more Creative with how we do things, and how we operate the shows. We’ve had some unfortunate situations with injuries and everything else. It’s on us to be more creative and come up with a better format; a better show.
"We hear people’s frustrations and in a lot of ways feel the same way. It’s fixing it. And, trying to fix it. It is what it is. How we fix it, we’re not 100 percent sure yet. But, we will get there. Trust me.”
There is a lot of faith in Triple H because of his creative direction and what he has managed to do with the NXT brand since taking over. However, a lot of fans just don't have the same faith in Vince McMahon anymore, and they feel The Game should have more control of the main roster shows.
However, you can't blame bad creative direction on injuries. WWE must have good enough plans to go to just in case, and this is a lesson to learn from following the injuries to Seth Rollins and Randy Orton and the time off taken by John Cena and Brock Lesnar.
You can't just keep resorting back to what fans have already seen, otherwise, they'll will get tired of it, like they are now, and stop watching because it's too repetitive.