Whilst Vince McMahon and his company have made an impressive start to 2016, they have not quite got everything right.
Whilst the business did right in removing the WWE Diva's Title altogether and instead replacing it with the WWE Women's Championship title, there is still a lot more which could be done to several WWE belts.
Given there is only a limited number of WWE titles at present, the company must make the most of the matches in which they are on the line.
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Having these belts up for grabs at every pay-per-view event is exciting yet predictable, which is why a stipulation rarely has any impact on the outcome of the match and resulting title holder.
Instead, WWE should incorporate a series of tournament-style matches for a variety of its titles in order to give more wrestlers a chance of competing for the belt.
Tournaments are exciting as they cause fans to speculate over who will be chosen, who will proceed and who will eventually have beaten all other competition to be the title holder.
This method is one which would prove especially successful amongst the Women's Division of WWE at present.
This area of the company has yet again lost focus when compared to the rest of the male-dominated main roster and certainly needs a new twist in order to boost the popularity of the female talent.
As such, WWE should look at not only incorporating a series of tournament matches within this division, but should also bring in a new Women's Tag Team Championship title.
The idea of a new belt, as well as a different method of matches to find a winner for it, is something original and exciting and would doubtlessly please WWE fans.
Pleasing WWE fans when discussing the Women's Division at present is something which is hard to do and the idea of being able to introduce fresh talent as a result of a new method of being crowned champion would surely be a success.
As for the main division of WWE's roster, including tournament matches for both the United States Championship title and the Intercontinental Championship title would mean enabling several mid-carders to have the chance to compete for a belt.
This would please many members of the WWE Universe as they would be able to watch their favourite superstars in worthwhile matches and in coveted places, as opposed to being involved in meaningless filler matches every week.
Ultimately, the idea of a tournament is one which WWE have previously favoured but not one which they have used to the highest potential.
With this in mind, WWE should introduce this straightforward yet beneficial technique in order to get the fans back on their side and allow WWE superstars of all levels to prove their worth in the ring.