WWE have made a good start to 2016 in relation to pleasing their fans, though the product they have produced has not exactly been perfect.
The company favours the tradition of producing material which, whilst it has a big immediate impact, does little in terms of story line for the future.
Shane McMahon had the whole WWE universe watching as he made a jaw-dropping jump from the top of the cell onto The Undertaker at WrestleMania 32.
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Baron Corbin surprised many as being an entrant for the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal, let alone emerging as the eventual winner.
Charlotte also stunned many in attendance on The Grandest Stage Of Them All as she won the WWE Women's Championship Title, with many believing Sasha Banks would be crowned the winner.
Whilst all of these occurrences had a strong effect on followers at the time, they have had little to no impact now on what the WWE universe tunes in to week-in, week-out.
It is with this in mind that WWE should be looking to rely on past success in order to maintain the full interest of professional wrestling fans across the globe.
These previous techniques are something which are so simple yet so effective, it would make any WWE fan question why the company has not turned to them in recent years.
All Vince McMahon and his employees need to do is look at incorporating popular methods such as having more qualifying tournaments for titles and referring to superstars' statistics more often and working off of them.
The current tournament for the number one contender to face The New Day for the WWE Tag Team Championship Titles is one which has maintained interest throughout.
The fact the final two tag teams contending for the spot are two leading names of NXT in Big Cass and Enzo Amore and The Vaudevillains, comes as little surprise.
It is because of talent such as this, which WWE is in no way short of, combined with methods such as this type of tournament that WWE fans maintain their excitement during each episode of the company's programming.
As well as this, WWE are known for making mistakes in reference to the statistics and success of the wrestlers on the main roster.
With this in mind, WWE should look to place more emphasis on those wrestlers who have the best and worst records, and schedule their matches accordingly.
Given the vast amount of talent on the roster, this would mean members of the WWE universe would be able to enjoy watching top-quality matches, as opposed to filler matches which are only produced because they take up time.
Simple changes such as these would doubtlessly cause most WWE fans to change their perception of the company and ultimately, secure their long-term devotion to the business.
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