The WWE has a "good guy" problem.
In this day and age, the only babyfaces who get over do so as heels, and thus become appreciated for how good they are at being bad. As a result, they are forced to become good.
The WWE has forced multiple babyface turns of late, to mostly lukewarm results. This has been the case with The Miz and Alberto Del Rio.
With Ryback recently joining the always-loaded ranks of heels, the WWE's babyface roster is once again a wounded unit.
They try, pander and fight the good fight. But this is an era where the louder, more adult fans would rather show up to the building and root for the heels. And babyfaces are constantly behind the eight ball.
What's scary is that one of these superstars may be called upon to fill the incorrigible void when John Cena leaves.
The remaining top babyfaces must be full-time stars. They are judged by their wins and losses over the past month, championships held and positioning on TV and pay-per-view feuds.