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The last part of the never ending serious continues with the last one wrapping up with a discussion on the importance of why WWE needs to repair their championships. In my opinion, the company would be able to get rid of half of their championships and nobody would miss them. For the most part the titles have so little meaning at this point that they are just props and really need to be repaired. Like I mentioned before the company needs to sit down with their current champions and ask them who they think they could have the best matches with and use that to help formulate the length of title reigns. This would allow someone like Seth Rollins, Samoa Joe, or Hawkins & Ryder to spend months as champions establishing themselves & reestablishing the championships.
Following the "meeting" the next step in the process would be to work with the other non-champions to set aside some of them as potential challengers for the current champions this way we know who needs to have something to do and who could stay off TV for a little while. This would also help give some talent time-off as we rehab some talents images, send some people to NXT and shift gears to again depend on local jobbers matches a little bit more.
In my opinion, it doesn't seem like the WWE know where they really want to go with anything and are seemingly just moving week to week with everything. The company needs a plan and I think the best thing for them would be to go back to the drawing board and think about what has worked in the past. I am not saying that they should reuse things from the past, but they should remember that wrestling has always worked when they could simplify the process and didn't try to over complicate things. The reality is that WWE has always had a very difficult time letting this process be as simple as it could be or it use to be. Again the amount of importance that needs to be placed on patience to let the process work, but I don't believe the company would have the patience to believe in the process like they have before, because times have changed.