In this three part series we will look at one of the major issues plaguing WWE in recent years and that is stop start booking and talent disappearing. The best way to get fans to invest in talent is to consistently allow them to appear on programming and give the fans a reason to care about the talent. The worst way to get fans invested in someone is by having them show up once and a while never really doing something worth giving much attention to from a fans perspective. Over the years this has happened quite often in WWE especially recently and is some cases the biggest gripe fans have with WWE's booking of certain stars. For example when new champion is crowned and then disappears for weeks at a time without mentioning where the champion is or what happens next for the new title holder.
Stars like Cesaro, Shinksuke Nakamura, The Miz, Baron Corbin, Dean Ambrose, Big E, The Revival, and various others have fallen victim to the stop start booking of WWE but some have finally seen the light. This isn't about those who have found the promise land or on there way to the best run they've had in the promotion it is about those who have been forgotten about due to the company having an overabundance of stars and no real plans for a majority of them in the long term.
Time can go by quick and without a plan what was suppose to be something you get back to in a week turns into something that remains unaddressed for a few months. Even though last year WWE did eliminate some stars that hadn't been doing much in the company that doesn't change the fact that the roster is still on the bloated side and not being used at their potential. At this point flying under the radar is something of a right of passage for way to many stars who walk in the door of WWE. Let's call this a deep dive into the roster that always seems to keep growing even when they subtract.
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