5. Repetition Across Both Brands


Given how bloated WWE's list has progressed toward becoming since this time a year ago, you'd think they'd have no issues at all in devising new quarrels and matches. The split brings certain limitations, yet each real brand at present has more than 50 laborers on their books. This ought to be all that could possibly be needed for WWE to keep things crisp, yet oh dear, WWE have flopped on this front. 

Reiteration is all over the place. Flat, uninteresting fights traverse numerous compensation per-see matches, and wrestlers spend unlimited months going round in circles, losing their force. Rematches and repeats are the standard, with the continuous Dean Ambrose versus The Miz adventure remaining as the most related case: the team have wrestled 16 broadcast coordinates the 2016 draft, and their present fight hints at no completion at any point in the near future. 

There's no real reason for this, as WWE ought to have all that could possibly be needed ability to keep their storylines advancing at a lively pace. Saying this doesn't imply that the organization's competitions should all end inside a month or two, yet it's truly difficult to get built up for a match you've just observed four or five times some time recently, and monotonous booking is a noteworthy supporter of the fanbase's declining interest levels.