9. Extreme Roster Bloat


WWE have never been as overloaded with ability as they are today. Crosswise over Raw, SmackDown, 205 Live, and NXT, the organization presently approach just shy of 200 wrestlers, excluding UK stars, Performance Center students and inactives. That is excessively notwithstanding for WWE's seven hours of unique week after week programming, and the bloat has abandoned some of their most skilled midcarders stranded. 

Folks like Tye Dillinger, American Alpha, and Luke Harper have all battled for broadcast appointment as of late. They are setbacks of WWE's choice to stack up their list after splittig it in two, and keeping in mind that the organization having a larger number of wrestlers than they can suit isn't another issue, it has been exacerbated since the 2016 draft. 

The split has managed a lot of onscreen openings that didn't exist some time recently, however their mammoth program has left many wrestlers lost adrift, and WWE have never conveyed so much dead weight. A few wrestlers are at present paid to do minimal more than fill house demonstrate lineups, and with WWE as yet marking swathes of new entertainers each other month, the issue isn't leaving at any point in the near future.