WWE Monday Night Raw and SmackDown have had a number of general managers over the last 10 years. Some were great and others had no business holding that storyline role.
On the 1,000th episode of Raw, a new general manager for both brands will be announced, replacing the recently fired John Laurinaitis.
The general manager is an important role, and expect a big name to take the position in such a monumental moment for the show.
What the WWE needs to do is make it someone who has never held the role before, bring something fresh to the table.
Here, in order, are the top five candidates to be named the new general manager on WWE Monday Night Raw’s 1,000th episode.