5 things WWE should not do in the last two months of 2017
WWE can still salvage 2017 and start 2018 with a bang.
2017 has been a mixed bag for the WWE. The share of the company is trading at a 52 week high, and the market cap of WWE is touching new peaks every day. But the fans interest in WWE's bouquet of products is wavering. Bewildering booking decisions, misuse of talented and popular wrestlers, and subpar PPVs have left the fans dissatisfied.
And with Survivor Series just around the corner, things seem to be going from bad to worse. The current match line-up of the marquee event has left everybody bewildered. Unless things take a U-Turn for the better, Survivor Series will be nothing but a compendium of matches that nobody cares about.
But it is not too late for the WWE to salvage an otherwise disappointing year. If the WWE is able to avoid the following mistakes, then the WWE Universe will have something to cheer about.
#1 A missing Universal Champion
Brock Lesnar is a must-see Superstar and one of the biggest crowd pullers in the WWE at the moment. To say that his second coming in the WWE has been a success will be a massive understatement.
But what the fans will remember the most about his recent stint with the company, apart from him ending The Undertaker's undefeated Wrestlemania winning streak, is his regular absence from WWE programming. The Universal Champion not defending the title on every PPV defies all logic.
The WWE has been quite lenient with "The Beast Incarnate" regarding his schedule. But with Wrestlemania merely a few months away now, there are a plethora of dream matches that Lesnar still needs to have in the WWE, and hence should become a regular on RAW going forward.
It is high time that the once great Universal Championship title should regain its lost importance, meaning, and glory. If Brock Lesnar is not up to the task then other deserving Superstars like Samoa Joe, Braun Strowman, Seth Rollins or Finn Balor should be crowned the numero uno guy instead.