3 Changes Paul Heyman should make to improve RAW
Paul Heyman is the new Executive Director of RAW. It is certainly great news for the WWE Universe and the expectations will be high. Following the appointment of Heyman, we will be hoping to see an improvement in the quality of the product.
Heyman, who is the onscreen advocate of Brock Lesnar, has been one of the greatest personalities in WWE.
The former ECW owner is no stranger to the creative role in Vince McMahon's company. Earlier, Heyman was the pioneer to the success of SmackDown Live in 2002 as he was the lead writer of the Blue Brand.
In the first week of Heyman's role as the Executive Director, we witnessed a great show from the Red Brand. RAW had some jaw-dropping moments and it was certainly one of the best shows in recent weeks. Heyman definitely needs to fix some issues to make it a better show.
Here we discuss three changes Paul Heyman should make on RAW.
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#3 Less repetitive matches
Repetitive matches have been one of the major problems of the Red brand and the fans certainly get tedious of the same matches every week.
Considering RAW is a three-hour show, it has a big enough roster and numerous Superstars are underused on the Red brand. Despite having such a huge roster, WWE fails to book exciting new matches.
Apart from the repetitive matches every week, the storylines have not been impressive. The company often books a match between two Superstars without telling a story behind it. For instance, the Miz faced Elias on RAW this week and the two men already locked horns a couple of times recently.
After the arrival of Undertaker, the Miz is not part of the storyline and he needs a new direction. Moreover, the New Day members fought Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn consecutively until this week. Heyman certainly needs to fix it to make the product exciting for the fans.