There is no denying that 2015 will go down as not exactly one of WWE's finest years, as a catalogue of errors caused a huge amount of criticism over the past 12 months.
From irrelevant one-off filler matches at pay-per-view events, to story lines which were dragged out for too many painful months, this past year will certainly be one to forget for not only the company, but for its fans, too.
The highlight for the female WWE superstars on the roster during 2015 was undoubtedly when the Divas Revolution took place back in the summer.
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A number of well-respected NXT Divas burst onto the scene to freshen-up a lacklustre Divas Division, and, at first, they certainly succeeded.
Fast forward a few weeks, however, and it seemed this new idea had regrettably fallen victim to being yet another aspect of the women's roster which lacked any sense of real focus.
Any interesting story line or the possibility of significant change at the top of the division soon faded into the background and any women's match we saw at a pay-per-view event only appeared to be on the card because it had to be.
As for the female stars of NXT however, those such as Bayley and Asuka are still generating a huge amount of support week-in, week-out as they put on incredible displays of talent - talent which is utilised in the right way.
Perhaps, therefore, 2016 will see a more well-respected relationship between WWE's creative team and its female talent, as to waste wrestlers as formidable as Bayley and Asuka, would only highlight further just how wrong WWE can get it.
Possibly the most important people the WWE Universe sees on its screens during the company's weekly programming is The Authority.
The question must be raised then, as to why the business' creative team has produced such confusing and mediocre material regarding them throughout the past year.
Stephanie McMahon and Triple H are two people who should be seen as arrogant and obsessed with their power, but instead, WWE continued to deliver a mix of emotions in relation to the power couple.
Every member of the WWE Universe is aware of the company's devotion to charity and admirably so, but applauding The Game and his wife during a segment promoting this devotion prior to supposedly booing them for interfering in a story line is simply confusing.
2016 should hopefully see The Authority's restoration of its dominance within the WWE on-screen, allowing the WWE Universe to retain their interest in them throughout the whole year.
Direct feuds between The Authority and the talented WWE superstars on the roster are what is exciting and are something we should undoubtedly see more of during the coming year.
Even making simple changes to the aforementioned areas of the company are something which will surely pave the way for WWE to do the right thing during 2016.