Well, it has been a very surprising past few months for the WWE. We've had superstars debut, return from injury and of course, several have changed their alignment, and we've seen some surprising results from them.
Some of these persona changes have been well received, while others have left fans skeptical of the results. At the very least, it has gotten people talking and made things feel a bit more fresh considering the length of time some have been in their former roles.
The Miz, Alberto Del Rio and A.J. Lee have all been making strides to turn over a new leaf, with The Miz and Del Rio forming a team of sorts (I refer to them as Awesome Excellence) and A.J. apparently leading a stable consisting of her latest boytoys in Big E. Langston and Dolph Ziggler.
One could even offer that this has caused Vickie to become an unwilling face—though her one match this past Monday on RAW leaves that as a question mark.
Anyways, it's almost 2013, and it's at this time of year that many people begin talking about New Year's resolutions and how they want to change something about themselves.
I got to thinking that maybe some WWE Superstars will want to look into changing their ways—maybe not in a totally positive way. This led me to the idea that instead of resolutions, we talk about revolutions—revolutions of WWE superstars for the next year.