WWE: Is AJ Lee's Time as General Manager of Raw Winding Down?
It was on the 1,000 edition of WWE Monday Night Raw when Vince McMahon revealed AJ Lee as the new General Manager. WWE made a bold move to give the power to Lee, as she had become an extremely unstable character. To some viewers, it was a good decision to make Lee the new General Manager of Raw, while others disagreed with the selection.
I am one of those who disagreed with WWE's move to make Lee the General Manager. Although it appeared to me the only thing WWE could do to make her character grow was to promote her, Lee has not been an effective factor for the company as the General Manager of Raw. Lee has indeed done a decent job thus far as General Manager, creating good main event matches on television and pay-per-views. However, WWE has not been able to see a boost in viewership.
With limited interest, should the WWE replace Lee as General Manager?
My answer to that is yes. WWE is in need to bring in a bigger name with star power or promote someone who has had proven success in the company.
The matter of the fact is that the WWE needs to again spark interest in its product. With tough television competition on Monday night, Raw is struggling to find positive momentum with growing its viewership numbers.
Vickie Guerrero, who is Dolph Ziggler's manager, would be a name WWE could use. Guerrero is a terrific heel that draws lots of heat with wrestling fans. However, she looks extremely confident with her current role as Ziggler's manager, which may make WWE hesitate to make Vickie the new General Manager if they elect to replace Lee.
Should AJ Lee be replaced as the General Manager of Raw?
Another name would be Ric Flair. Flair is well past his prime in the ring, but can still provide a spark to the WWE. His most recent work at TNA Wrestling could indicate to the WWE that he still has the energy to take on such a role as the General Manager of Raw. For Flair and the WWE, this may be a long shot of actually happening.
There are also a handful of semi- and fully-retired wrestling stars that could help fill the role as General Manager of Raw. Those names include Mick Foley, John Bradshaw Layfield, Edge or my number one selection, William Regal, who has had tons of success in the past in a leading figure role.
Whoever it may be, this could be WWE's chance to shake its product up and provide new found spark with viewers. However, the main question mark for the WWE is whether they should replace Lee or let her continue to find her groove as the General Manager of Raw.
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