Throughout 2012, and recent years, one of the complaints often raised amongst the WWE Universe has been the constant overexposure or underexposure of WWE superstars.
In 2011, when WWE Monday Night Raw added its "SuperShow" tagline to its title, we were treated to the regular appearances of WWE SmackDown's main eventers, designed to further promote the company's Friday night programming.
What that did instead was turn fans weary of their appearances, which seemed to rarely further storylines and ended being up a waste of time that could have been spent far more productively.
With Raw now being a three-hour cavalcade of random matches, rehashed storylines and poor judgement in regards to the exposure of superstars, we have been delivered some tough viewing over the last 12 months.
On the other hand, there are several superstars who have the look, personality, physique and fanbase that WWE should theoretically hold in high regard.
Those superstars, however, have instead been relegated to the substitutes bench and have gifted us with their presence far too infrequently.
In this slideshow, I'll examine the superstars that could benefit from more nights off, and those whose time away from our television screens needs to conclusively end right now.