Trade WWE's least impressive Superstars for promising NXT prospects and the company's programming is suddenly invigorated.
The WWE roster is too crowded to just add every worthy NXT prospect without having their talents go to waste. Room has to be made.
Sports teams use trades to attempt to get better every year, but it's not something we've seen with WWE since the fizzling out of the WWE Draft. Trades between NXT and WWE would allow the developmental show to get some publicity and the main roster to move toward a brighter future.
WWE has recently done well to develop its NXT talent.
The success of relatively recent call-ups like Big E. Langston and The Shield show us that NXT will continue to funnel stars into the main roster. Men like Bray Wyatt, Kassius Ohno and Corey Graves as well as the Anti-Diva will impact the company's future—a future that could start now.
Dynamos, warriors and madmen await their moment on the big stage. In order to make space for them, the underachievers and unpopular stars have to find a new home.