I remember commenting not so long ago on the lack of lustre within the WWE creative team and the story lines it was creating.
Vince must have heard me. He has now fired a prominent name within this department on the back of another re-signing to join The Rock's team no less.
We can but hope this will kick start the rest of the department to get their acts together, give well deserved wrestlers some good 'kick your butt' story lines and save the ailing WWE.
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How to improve
Let me help them with a few suggestions.
Firstly, give Smackdown back it's show. Stop showing what was on Raw the Monday before and rehashing the same wrestlers verses wrestlers. What's the point in watching the show, right?
Next, stop wasting Dolph Ziggler's talent, he is a better wrestler than to be used as Lana's lapdog and Rusev's sparring partner while Rusev is injured. What incentive is there for him to stay?
Mix the wrestlers round more, why are they constantly coming out to continually face the same person. I Don't know about you but I begin to think, 'oh no not again, boring.' It has gotten stale and predictable. Sometimes I think we are having a long promotion from one PPV to another.
How about wrestlers from the old days having an input on story lines? I'm sure there must be some out there bursting with ideas. Let them contribute.
They have the experience in the ring and the feel of the crowd. I'm not saying to replace creative team but compliment it.
Where are all the wrestlers?At the moment there is just a small nucleus working both shows every week. No wonder nasty injuries occur, they get jaded. Broaden the roster, bring more out of house shows, give lower end wrestlers a chance to shine.
What has happened to Bad News Barrett?
He is now becoming the court jester. The crowd loved his Bad News input, why cut it out? R-Truth is a talented wrestler and an ideal candidate to fill the comedic shoes, but he is used as a whipping boy.
Don't get me started on Damian Sandow, he and The Miz had a great thing going as Miz's stand in. The crowds adored him. I know Miz had to go and make a movie, but did Sandow have to be dropped from sight? The crowd was loving him why wasn't this capitalised on? Would wrestlers input have picked up on this?
Who knows unless it's tried. Less face it, it can't make it worse.
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