To complain every time WWE flubs on booking its Divas division is to be in danger of losing one's voice.
The company has too often in the past kept the majority of the roster on the bench and just focused on a single story. Fans are now getting several angles at once, but ones that are missing something.
Surprisingly, AJ Lee and Paige joined forces on Monday's Raw. It's an intriguing idea to have two wrestlers who should be enemies form an unexpected alliance, but they were a part of a hurried, truncated match.
Paige pinned Cameron after just a few minutes.
There wasn't enough explanation as to why Paige has decided to join AJ rather than try to beat her. She didn't share her reasoning in a pre-bout interview, for example.
The focus instead was on The Funkdactyls' feud that WWE has been consistently building lately. Fans just aren't getting access into Cameron's head enough, though.
The audience is clear on why Dean Ambrose hates Seth Rollins or what Jack Swagger's issues with Rusev are. The catalysts for Cameron and Naomi going at each other haven't been shown enough.
Monday's Raw also featured a match between Nikki Bella and Alicia Fox that forced them to wrestle with one hand tied behind their backs. Fox waited until Nikki was bound and then went to work stomping on her.
In theory, it's a smart way to advance the story of Stephanie McMahon taking out her anger for Brie Bella out on her sister.
What likely led to the lack of reaction from the crowd is that the stipulation wasn't announced beforehand. McMahon didn't tell Nikki earlier that she'd be in for a hard time before cackling like a cartoon villain.
There was no buildup, no suspense and no real emotion about seeing Nikki suffer as a result.
About that segment, Hall of Famer Jim Ross wrote on his blog, "Not sure what Nikki vs. Alicia was supposed to be" and "The ending was abrupt to say the least. Folks just have to get used to the fact that this isn't the Trish-Lita era any longer in a variety of areas."
It sure isn't, but it's not because of a lack of talent.
Paige, Tamina Snuka, Natalya, AJ Lee and Emma are women WWE can build a thrilling, dependable division around. The company has chosen not to do that, instead highlighting its more glossy entertainers but with little effort.