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The WWE's biggest matches and story lines lately have focused a lot on guys who aren't full-time WWE Superstars. For example, HHH, Lesnar, and The Rock, while awesome, are taking up some of the top spots on the biggest cards of the year, and to me that's not right.
Don't get me wrong, I've been a fan of all three since I first saw them in the ring, but they've had their runs. If they can't commit to being in the ring year-round, then lets see some younger guys get a shot.
The WWE has talent to use, they just can't seem to find their way into the main feuds. Superstars who could make some noise if given the chance, like Ryback, Ziggler, Rhodes, Cesaro, Kidd, Sandow, Brodus, Swagger, Gabriel, the list goes on, could really help bring WWE into the new era.
Just to be clear, I'm not against the use of legends every once in a while, and if you put Lesnar, Rock, or HHH on my TV screen I will watch and love every second of it, but in the long run, the WWE isn't setting themselves up well.
Once they run out of former Superstars to sign for one-year contracts, they'll be stuck with a lot of guys who have little experience.