It is common knowledge that at present, not all WWE superstars are happy with the treatment they receive at the company.
Although it may be perceived differently by those in charge, there are simple steps which WWE must take in order to prevent any more wrestlers leaving the company in the near future.
Whilst it is understandably impossible to provide a segment for every wrestler on the main WWE roster during every episode of programming, superstars should not be neglected entirely.
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There are several WWE wrestlers whose talent is reserved regularly for live events which receive little to no focus.
It is these wrestlers and ‘mid-carders’ who are the most likely to quickly get tired of this lack of reward for the hard working they are putting in and are therefore, the most likely to leave.
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The departure of Wade Barrett and Cody Rhodes respectively provides the ideal example of this, with many members of the WWE Universe questioning what the company had provided for them in recent months.
In addition to this, the company should also consider the ideas of those who make up the main roster of WWE a lot more.
Whilst the WWE boasts a supposedly strong yet often heavily-criticised creative team, the wrestlers themselves often have ideas for particular angles which surely carry huge potential.
If WWE wrestlers are putting the ideas to Vince McMahon or the relevant person themselves, this proves how committed they are not least to the company, but to themselves as a WWE employee.
If the company chooses instead to ignore these ideas, wrestlers will understandably become clearly frustrated which will surely provide yet another reason for them to depart from WWE altogether.
Following on from this, those in charge of WWE must turn away from continuously producing irrelevant and meaningless storylines.
This method is put simply, a waste of talent and money. WWE are paying these wrestlers to showcase their potential but when they are placed in a match against a meaningless opponent just to fill time, they are not going to wrestle to the best of their ability.
Ultimately, all most WWE superstars are asking for is a reward every now and then for their commitment all year round to the company.
This does not necessarily need to mean providing every wrestler on the roster with a title run, but merely to involve them in something which is worthwhile.
An intriguing storyliine involving talented wrestlers is a winning formula for the company, the wrestler and the WWE fans watching at home but as of yet, it seems this is something Vince McMahon and his staff have not quite grasped.
Ultimately, if WWE wishes to hold onto its talent for the future, it must treat them equally, listen to their ideas and provide interesting angles for them in order to reduce the chances of any more imminent departures.
What do YOU feel WWE could do to prevent more superstars leaving? Have your say in the comments box below!