WWE, it’s time for a change at the helm of the biggest pro wrestling company in the world. In no way am I calling for the Attitude Era to come back. Because that is just silly. However, the structure in WWE needs to change. Triple H has good ideas, but the most valuable thing about “the Game” is he will listen to other people’s ideas.
Vince McMahon has done amazing things that no one else has ever done in the wrestling business, but at the end of the day, there has to be structure. There have been several changes to plans and creative ways/direction. Don’t you think there is a problem when you’re making constant changes to the scripts of the show either an hour before it goes live or during?
Triple H has some power in WWE and recently has been added to the gorilla position with Vince. He is learning the ropes from the man himself. Triple H has done wonders with NXT with the way they produce TV and create future superstars.
Triple H has many projects in progress, but the revival of the tag team division has shown the most poise. You have several teams that could be world tag team champions. As of late, WWE television has been taken over by tag team wrestling.
Here is a list of some of the tag teams just for the sake of it: The Uso’s, Rhode Brothers, Wyatt Family, The Shield, Prime Time Players, Mark Henry and Big E. Langston and, of course, Ryback and Curtis Axel. There are several other teams and they are on WWE programming on a weekly bases. We have gone from one or two tag matches on Raw to now three or four matches in the past couple months.
Mr. McMahon has been great in the past, but for booking pro wrestling since the mid 1970s, your ideas will be old and will have a “been there, done that” kind of attitude. I’m not saying let Vince go, but I think it’s time that Triple H takes over the reins of WWE before they really start hurting like they did back in 1994-96, where the fans left and found something else they liked.
I don’t expect this to happen anytime soon, but I’m afraid they will make the change after Vince is gone or it’s too late. The change needs to happen in a slow pattern, but also in a short amount of time.
Andy Ravens is a pro wrestling writer for Rant, follow him on twitter