Since the loss of John Laurinaitis as the general manager of both RAW and SmackDown, WWE has been without a concrete authority figure for the brands.
Following No Way Out, when Laurinaitis was fired, it was stated that men and women who used to be in charge in some capacity would take over in a week-to-week basis before a permanent replacement was named.
The first week saw Mick Foley, former commissioner of WWE. This past week has seen Vickie Guerrero, a former general manager of each brand.
So, what does the future hold? Who should take the reins back with the brands of WWE?
Well, there aren't a whole lot of picks to choose from. Great fits like Gorilla Monsoon and Jack Tunney, former WWE Presidents, have both passed on. Jonathan Coachman is off doing 2 am episodes of SportsCenter for ESPN.
Paul Heyman has a pending lawsuit against WWE, so that's probably not a wise move for him. Even a guy like Kurt Angle cannot return to be in charge since he is busy with another company based out of Florida.
This still leaves plenty of former authority figures who can regain control of WWE for an entire week. There are former owners, general managers, commissioners on this list, which is ranked in terms of likelihood of actually happening.
Here are the 10 best choices for future temporary GMs of RAW and SmackDown in the coming weeks.