WWE News: Backstage News on the Error Made by the Creative Team on Raw Monday

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It seems as though the creative team at the WWE are in need of some editors.

At Over the Limit this past Sunday, the Big Show made his return after being fired on Raw SuperShow the Monday prior to the event. He aided John Laurinaitis in keeping his job after knocking out John Cena.

In the promo at the top of the show last night, Laurinaitis made a gaffe in saying that Big Show was rehired to the WWE on Saturday even though the stipulation stated that any superstar would have been fired if they got involved in the match.

According to F4WOnline via WrestlingInc.com, the gaffe in the storyline about the Big Show being rehired by the WWE went further than just a simple mistake on live television.

As noted before, WWE slipped up on RAW last night when John Laurinaitis said he re-signed Big Show on Saturday, before the Over the Limit pay-per-view. They later realized the error and fixed it saying Show and Laurinaitis had a verbal agreement until he signed the contract on Monday morning.

F4Wonline.com reports that the error was actually in the RAW script. WWE didn't realize the error until fans went crazy on Twitter and corrected them. They then had Michael Cole correct the error on TV.

While everyone makes mistakes from time to time, the mindless mistake last night on Raw just goes to show that the WWE really needs to overhaul their creative team with poor storylines as of late.

With Raw moving to their new three-hour time slot this July, the WWE creative team might need to revaluate their current writers so the new venture by the company doesn’t end up being a major failure this summer. 

Chris Humphrey is a WWE Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report. You can ask him any question regarding the WWE or any other topic that crosses your mind on either his Facebook or Twitter page.

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