WWE’s relationship with its fan base since 2013 has been tumultuous to say the least. With all of the talk of brass rings, part-time workers, and the battle for future stars, it’s hard to refute that WWE has largely stood in its own way on these issues since the end of a certain 434-day WWE championship rule.
Whether they’re leaning on The Rock, Batista, Brock Lesnar, Goldberg, or even Vince McMahon’s heir, Triple H, to run WrestleMania while torpedoing the young careers of those who could be the aforementioned future stars is beyond question painted themselves in a corner. Last month, WWE had current and future Superstar Drew McIntyre surrender his title to Randy Orton and gave The Miz the money in the bank’s briefcase.
We are exactly where we were ten years ago. While there were a handful of brilliant moments in this era of revolving doors, there are tons of potential matches left lying on the cutting room floor.
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