WrestleMania 30: Storylines in Desperate Need of Improvement

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WrestleMania 30: Storylines in Desperate Need of Improvement
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WrestleMania 30 is naturally being touted as the biggest event of the year that you just can't miss, yet WWE doesn't seem to be putting that much effort into everything.

There has always been an issue in WWE of focusing too much on one thing and letting everything else be a second thought, but consistency of a problem isn't an excuse.

Obviously, more time and effort should be devoted toward building up the anchors and selling points that will be the true drawing factors for people to want to watch, yet WWE is dropping the ball all over the place this year.

The storylines that we have going into this event are not at the level that they should be, particularly this late in the game when the pay-per-view is coming up next week.

Outside of the Yes Movement program, everything else is struggling to be worthwhile and some feuds are not strong enough to stand without improvements.

What are some of those feuds in danger of becoming trivial? Let's take a look.

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