It's a brave new world for WWE Superstars looking to leave their mark on the company when it comes to Monday Night Raw, and luckily for the WWE, they have quite a few talented men and women ready to step up.
There is plenty of time to fill on Raw, and with the permanent move to three hours fast approaching, it's time to let the talent shine if there is any chance of the WWE establishing a positive trend in ratings outside of spiking them with big name returns like The Rock and Brock Lesnar.
It's too often that talented Superstars are left feeling more like filler in between the high points of Raw rather than exactly what the WWE brands them: Superstars.
With the right packaging and presentation, the WWE can let the fans know that a particular wrestler is important and why they should care enough to not change the channel.
There are five Superstars who stand out as capable of taking that push on the production side and convincing viewers that it's not just hype; they're worth tuning in to see.
First on our list is a veteran who recently returned with a surprising change of character.