PG WWE: Pro's, Con's, Present and Future Part III

Chris O ConnallCorrespondent IIIMarch 17, 2010

LAS VEGAS - AUGUST 24:  Wrestler John Cena appears in the ring during the WWE Monday Night Raw show at the Thomas & Mack Center August 24, 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
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Present day WWE is a sad sight to say the least. We have underutilised talent, bullsh*t storylines by lame creative writers and a lack of hope for younger talent.

For example, Kofi Kingston and MVP should have held a world title by now but because of the current state of affairs, both have had there pushes stalled and have fallen into a hopeless situation.

WWE's current direction is going to lead to many problems down the line, even at Wrestlemania.

With no blood, WWE still plans on having 3 gimmick matche at WM, two of which are known for sheer brutality and bloodshed. How they plan on having them all with no blood is too hard to understand.

Then we get to bullsh*t storylines. I'll admit there have been some good storylines lately but there have been some stinkers too. For example, Jack Swagger jobbing to Santino before the RR, the whole DX/ Hornswoggle crap and retarded guest host skits.(With the exception of Austin, Hart & Shaq)

Finally lack of hope for the younger guys.

Kofi Kingston must have thought he'd mined gold when he was placed in a feud with Randy Orton. Lets face it, his match with Orton at MSG was really good. But what happens? WWE bury him and he's only appeared sporadically since.

Same with Swagger and Bourne. They must have hit the roof when Paul Levesque said they were the future of the company. That is, until Hunter changed  his mind and started backing Sheamus and Drew McIntyre.

Then we have the curious cases of JoMo and Ziggler. What happened to there pushes? Why didn't Ziggler get the IC Title, why didn't JoMo win the WH Title and why is he teaming with R-Truth?

Because WWE Creative have their heads up there asses almost 24/7, that's why.

Present day WWE is really poor with only a few silver linings to an otherwise extremely dark cloud. Can't wait for Vince to either retire or get his act together. And, the future looks bleak too. With TNA growing, the only hope is WWE will wake up and get things right.