WWE Is Not Like It Once Was in the Good Ol Days of Pro Wrestling

Jessica Eberle@Bookjunkie87Contributor IIIDecember 6, 2011

World Wrestling Entertainment is a thriving business with young talented men and women. Some work behind the scenes and others entertain in front of the cameras. Whether you are a fan or not, you have to admit that things are losing the creative side of their shows.

I am a loyal viewer of Raw and Smackdown, but something has to be done about their writers.

We can only see the same people fight so many times. Think about it, how many PPVs and episodes had a match between Randy Orton and Christian for the title? It is as bad as in 2009 before Sheamus joined the Raw roster.

All we saw was John Cena vs. Randy Orton. Sheamus gave us a new face to look at and he saved us from their monotonous rivalry. Sheamus won the title, but after a couple months, Cena was champion again.

The rivalry of 2011 was Orton vs. Christian for the title. This went on until Mark Henry finally won it and then Christian wanted a chance with him. With a Lumberjack match done, Christian realized that he could not match up with Mark Henry and gave up.

Thus, making way for a new title seeker in The Big Show.

Every time they announce a No.1 contender’s match whether it be singles, fatal four way, triple threat, steel cage or a battle royal, you can always guess who will be in it. You can look at the participants and see who the company will allow to reach the high point of being a champion.

For instance if you see Orton, Sheamus, Tyler Rex and Wade Barrett in a fatal four way number one contender’s match, you know it will either be Sheamus or Orton. Wade and Tyler deserve the chance at the title and even to call themselves the champion, but the company doesn’t want to push them to that level.

The writers are very predictable and it makes WWE less fun to watch more and more all the time.