In the wake of John Laurinaitis's firing at No Way Out, the WWE Board of Directors is looking for a new general manager for both Raw and SmackDown.
Of course, they're taking a while to make up their minds and, until they make their choice, have decided to give some former GMs weekly stints at running the show.
This week, Vickie Guerrero is in charge. Suitably, the heel manager spent most of Monday's Raw serving her own ends and sabotaging the babyfaces.
However, she got her well-deserved comeuppance thanks to SmackDown Diva AJ, who hilariously chucked the domineering star out the Divas Battle Royal at the end of the match (Vickie had been attempting to use her status on the show to stroll in and win the entire thing).
No doubt more is to come on this week's SmackDown, of which Vickie is also in charge.
Considering the timing, we reckon it's the perfect opportunity to argue that Vickie would be ideal for the spot on a permanent basis.
And here are seven reasons why.