When it comes to the Women's Division, there is rarely a time where WWE gets everything right in the eyes of its fans.
Whilst the company boasts a vast array of female talent on its main roster, Vince McMahon and his creative team rarely do enough to maximise the true potential of the wrestlers.
Instead, WWE opt for whatever is the most simple angle at the time in relation to the Women's Division, whether it being during weekly programming or in the build up to a pay-per-view event.
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WWE are always keen to include family relations within story lines and for several female superstars, this is often the case.
With the likes of the Bella Twin sisters as well as Natalya being part of the famous Hart wrestling family, the company has had several options in relation to family angles.
The most prominent family connection televised on WWE programming recently however, has been that of father and daughter duo Ric and Charlotte Flair.
Charlotte's lengthy reign as WWE Women's Champion has been so because of a significant amount of help from her professional wrestling legend dad.
Whether it be verbally putting her opposition down ahead of a bout or being involved during the match at ringside, the 67-year-old has always been on hand to help his daughter succeed.
Although this idea worked well for some time, Ric Flair's interference has simply become uninteresting and too expected.
The WWE Women's Division is one which constantly lacks focus, which is why WWE must produce exciting and memorable changes in order to maintain the interest of fans.
Possibly the most obvious yet effective option which the company should choose, would be to have Charlotte turn on her father in the near future.
Whilst Charlotte's father is banned from ringside for her upcoming match with Natalya at the Extreme Rules pay-per-view this Sunday night, it would come as little surprise should The Nature Boy work his way around it.
With this in mind, a verbal exchange could involve the 30-year-old becoming angry at her father's decision to be come involved yet again, with her expressing that she does not need him to succeed.
This angle involving a current WWE superstar turning on a legend as big as Ric Flair would surely prove successful in turning the crowd entirely against Charlotte.
Such an idea when combined with her possibly retaining her Title against Natalya on May 22 would doubtlessly confirm her position as an impressive and effective heel.