WWE News: Veterans on the shelf due to limited creative ideas for them
Ever since Wrestlemania was over, WWE is importing fresh blood to the roster and making proper use of them with an impactful storyline which reflects in the event ratings. We have seen an uprise in the Raw ratings since then with Shane McMahon in charge of Raw. Whereas the new talents are filling up the roster, the sudden absence of some veterans raised questions among the fans.
WWE veterans like Kane, Big Show, Mark Henry has been noticeably missing from the TV tapings since then. Though, their absence has given more air-time to the new talents so that they can make some name for themselves but it left bad spots for the veterans.
In a recent report from Inquisitr.com suggests that WWE Creative does not have anything meaningful for them, as of right now. So, there’s no option for them but to put the veterans on the shelf for more than one month’s span. We have to acknowledge the fact that there are numerous WWE fresh talents who does not get enough air time to showcase them and establish their persona properly without getting into a real feud. Complaints were there with out-shaped Big Show or Kane about them holding the spotlight. Though they are well out of their prime time, no one can deny the star power they bring to the table.
The limited air time has offended the veterans and WWE need to do the brand split immediately to sort out the issues. Mark Henry has always been vocal about his misuse in the roster and considering these two past years, he may very well not willing to continue anymore. Henry stated,
“I don’t know how I let Vince [McMahon] convince me into signing another contract back in 2013. He did a bit of magic. He’s got that magic where you just go in the office and he’ll talk you into it. I won’t be signing any more contracts. I’m an elder statesman. This is a young guy business and I’m 100 percent for it. I love the marketing process. I love the international marketing. I love the talent development, but those are all things I’ll work with the company on to make sure that our business continues to thrive, but there’s a bunch of other stuff that I plan on doing.”
Now, Big Show and Kane still thinks that they are left with plenty of wrestling inside them after working for two decades and they still don’t have any plans for retirement. WWE should consider using them properly in a proper storyline before they really go out-dated.
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