WWE: Where are they going wrong right now?

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There is no denying WWE is not pleasing fans like it did years ago. It becomes increasingly frustrating when there are simple alterations that could be made in order to improve the industry for the WWE Universe.

Desperate Divas

Firstly, it has become common knowledge that WWE are failing in promoting the talent it has within the Divas division to its highest potential.

This was most noticeable on Sunday night at the Survivor Series pay-per-view event when AJ Lee lost her WWE Divas Title match to Nikki Bella in a matter of seconds, because of a kiss Nikki's sister Brie gave AJ.

Though WWE have made it a more regular occurrence to have two Divas matches at pay-per-view events, when one which has the bigger names lasts mere seconds, the ability of these female wrestlers is lost and the impression is given that WWE are unsure of where to go with the Divas division.

Shorter shows

Another area where WWE could improve in relation to timing is the length of its Monday Night Raw shows.

Instead of giving more of a push to other Superstars within its roster during the three hours Raw lasts for, WWE instead fill the time with a number of promos, awkward comedy moments and yet more focus on its select few big-name wrestlers.

This longer duration has also meant that followers of WWE are becoming increasingly able to guess where certain matches are going or which storyline will develop next, rather than being entertained by surprises and shocking moments which are crammed into a shorter slot.

Less multi-man

A final way WWE could improve its current state would be by focusing less on matches which involve several Superstars.

The exception to this problem was the main event of Survivor Series, which saw Team Cena beat Team Authority, with each man having their own prominent role in the lengthy match.

Multi-man matches that we see on Raw or SmackDown however, make it seem as though WWE is neglecting from every wrestler's individual talent.

A match with many members is easy for WWE to arrange, and though it may mean we see more wrestlers in one night, more bouts with two WWE Superstars would be more exciting and beneficial for both the wrestlers and their fans.

Though these are just some of the ways WWE could improve, there is definitely a lot more to be done before it is to be as entertaining as it was previously.

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