5 Problems With WWE Right Now and How To Fix Them!
Let's be honest here.
WWE has a lot of problems and while some fans are willing to ignore those problems in order to enjoy the show, there are other fans that point out every single one of them. Of course WWE, like any other sport in the world is never going to get it right a 100 percent of the time, but it should at least look like they are trying!
With that being said and problem after problem with WWE's overall product becoming more evident by the day, here are ten problems with WWE right now and how to fix them. Keep in mind though that this writers opinions might t be different from yours and these ten selections are only meant to serve as a basis for a bigger conversation.
As always, feel free to take part in that conversation by letting us know what you think in the comments below. Also, let us know what you think is the biggest problem WWE has right now and how you would fix it!
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#5 Underwhelming mid card
Can anyone name a successful or even popular midcard act right now?
While some might point to The B Team and Rusev as proof that The Midcard is thriving right now, one only has to look a little further to realize that's not true. In fact, for every semi decent midcard feud on Raw and Smackdown Live, there are two or three more that just don't work at all.
For example, what was WWE's intention with No Way Jose on the main roster? Furthermore, why is WWE counting on a party gimmick to try to entertain fans when they are capable of so much more then that! Another example is Titus World Wide versus Authors of Pain, which could have been a good storyline, but was mishandled several times.
Then there is the soap opera like nature of Rusev Lana and Aiden English on Smackdown Live, which is a pretty bad fall for a guy that was just in the title picture. One would think that WWE would move forward with something that made a superstar organically popular, but they seem to want to dismantle it and kill Rusev's momentum.
In the end, there just isn't anything interesting on the midcard and it causes both shows to suffer. Of course, that suffering is worse for Raw and the fluff WWE tries to stuff it with in a matter of three hours, but Smackdown Live does see a good chunk of it as well. In fact, sometimes Smackdown Live is nothing but fluff itself and don't move anything forward!