{{WWE}} is in need of help. And we mean big help. It is well known that the storylines and characters in professional wrestling are definitely scripted, but they are just snowballing ones at us that don't live to the hype or unexpectedly dissolves in the air (e.g. Ryback vs Rusev late-2014 that abruptly stopped after the Authority was reinstated and fired anyone on Team Cena from the 2014 Survivor Series except for Cena).

The WWE has fully lost itself in 2014; we saw {{CM Punk}} walk out due to his loss of passion in the business right after the 2014 Royal Rumble, we saw {{Daniel Bryan}} put on the shelf ''a month'' into his title reign as WWE World Heavyweight Champion, and we saw [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Wrestling/TheShield The Shield]] disband on the June 2nd edition of {{Monday Night Raw}}, and may I recall back to the 2014 Royal Rumble that the '''returning''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Wrestling/Batista Boootista]] won the Royal Rumble, and Daniel Bryan wasn't in it. That was a [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/BigWhat Big "WHAT?!"]] straight in people's faces, as the WWE had other ideas for WrestleMania XXX too have D-Bry face [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Wrestling/Sheamus the big jar of mayonnaise born with a 24-carat gold horseshoe up his arse.]], and have CM Punk take on the Authority, but we all know that never happened. Did I leave out the WWE's spring cleaning from mid-June?

2015 was much like 2014, only '''much''' worse. The good new is that Daniel "Greatest Of All Time" Bryan was in the Rumble, but with good news, I'm afraid there is some bad news: he was in the match for about ''ten minutes'' after being eliminated by [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Wrestling/BrayWyatt The New Face Of Fear.]] It was one of the few [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Horrible/WWE horrible matches the WWE had to offer.]] Hopefully, they would've revised the situation that almost costed them an implosion up to WM 30, but they went ahead and did much of a [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/TakeThat/ProfessionalWrestling Take That]] to fans and the IWC by putting in Bryan to make them happy, but get him out in under 10 minutes. Everyone did what they were only good at in life: find reliability in the World Wide Web and cancel subscriptions to the WWE Network, leading to the trend of [[https://twitter.com/hashtag/cancelwwenetwork #CancelWWENetwork]].

Eventually, they worked another recycled storyline where Roman Reigns, the 2015 RR winner, go up against Daniel Bryan to see who will face the then-reigning, defending, Undisputed Heavyweight champion of the world '''BRRRRROCK LESNAARR'''! The Fastlane match between Daniel Bryan and Roman Reigns match was basically one that could be compared to the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WKHm54gb3bo John Cena vs CM Punk match on the February 25 edition of Raw in 2013 to decide who will face the then-WWE Champion The Rock]], only that Bryan had to go through Seth Rollins to get to Roman. To be specific, the Royal Rumble winner (Roman Reigns and {{John Cena}}) and someone who thinks they rightfully deserved the title shot (Daniel Bryan and CM Punk) goes one-on-one to decide who will go and face the champion (The Rock and Bork Laser) who has been wrestling part-time. The Royal Rumble winner goes on to win the match, rightfully claiming their title shot at WrestleMania. The rest writes itself.

The big difference between Reigns and Cena's WrestleMania match? Cena went on to win, and saw a whole line of contenders starting with Ryback. At Extreme Rules, Cena's title defense against Ryback was ruled a no contest after Ryback drove Cena through a ''freaking LED board!'' The same Cena that was chokeslammed through a ''freaking spotlight'' at Backlash 2009, nine months after he was left with a ''freaking legitimate herniated disc'' from [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTdv2QqW9XE his match at SummerSlam 2008]]. Roman Reigns? He lost an impromptu triple threat at WrestleMania after '''SETH "FREAKING" ROLLINS''' cashed in his Money in the Bank briefcase on Brock Lesnar. Rollins went on to see a thin line of contenders; four or five guys, to be honest (not sure if to mention the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJUVE0X63Ck match against Neville]] on the August 3rd edition of Raw).

The reason for the thin line of contenders? The thin roster. Right now, as of November 27, 2015, there are '''35''' guys on the roster as of now; the majority of them are low-carders. We have six tag teams worthy to be number one contenders (left out Cosmic Wasteland for good reasons), and ten divas. In total, there are '''45''' employed WWE wrestlers, with a few big names out. John Cena is out, so is Orton, so is Rollins, so is Lesnar, and so is ''Bryan'', the guy who only wrestled for two months until getting injured once more. That must have topped off the past two Royal Rumble incidents with Bryan, but, hey, he won the Intercontinental Championship at WrestleMania 31, which is a continuity where he is the champion at WrestleMania (either before or after his title match/defense). ''shrugs''

Speaking of the Intercontinental Championship, its prestige has gone rock bottom this year. Remember when it had the prestige? You virtually are guran-''damn''-teed a future WWE Champion in your career, but when you look at {{Kevin Owens}}' last few weeks as champ, no one would think a guy who is capable of losing every match will be able to carry the company's on his shoulders as the top champion. When you take a look back on the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ms2fDRV5NC8 triple threat match from the November 14th edition of SmackDown]] in 2014, that was one of the few greatest IC title defenses to be honest. There was a double suplex, a top rope powerbomb-superplex, and a sharpshooter/crossface combo; moves that are match-worthy and never used over and over as a novelty. What big moves has Owens done? [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8fdSnHvNTM0 A fake diving attack?]][[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GDZMhJCN4nc A huge sell on a dirty move that backfired?]]

The WWE seems to like to let the top title shine while the other two take the backseat. The U.S. title had a good run with John Cena, considering that he did an open challenge every week to let the low-carders get a shot at the title. What can make his U.S. reign even better [[http://www.elwrestlingsegunyo.es/wpcontent/uploads/2015/04/5632997911_fa1f6fd523.jpg This.]] The titles seem to and will lose prestige whenever someone non-John Cena on the current roster holds it. {{Cesaro}} may be the exception. His match on the July 6th edition of Raw was considered the match of the year afterwards...'''FACT!''' Plus, his triple threat elimination match from the November 14th edition of Smackdown should have been considered the 2014 match of the year... '''FACT!'''

These two matches from him prove that he could be a champion who can bring the prestige back to either title and put up a match greater than a WWE World Heavyweight Championship match. Sure, he was the U.S. champ before, but he has improved over time, and is [[http://dailyddt.com/2015/07/07/john-cenas-emotional-message-to-cesaro-after-wwe-raw-video/ now praised by John Cena.]] He should've answered the open challenge and beat Cena at Hell In A Cell and continue the open challenge so that we will see more daily title defenses and newer challengers to Cesaro instead of seeing Cena [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/FiveMovesOfDoom do the ususal.]] And, with the open challenge still going on, WWE will finally get some good ratings from a great champ and a weekly title match.

The most recent title bout on Raw was the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jD-98buwjYA Diva's Championship match between Paige and Charlotte.]] It was a ''meh'' match that had some ''meh'' bumps, but is that it? The [[https://twitter.com/hashtag/givedivasachance hashtag]] from the first quarter of 2015 obviously worked as the match went on for several minutes, but is that all it? They gave the Divas lengthy matches now, but we should see what we saw from the IC title match in 2014; more bumps. A PTO on the table? Doesn't prove nothing beside the fact that {{Paige}} finally broke her glass ceiling and did her finisher out of the ring and...wait for it...''on a table!''

It was a good move, but WWE should up the ante; let the Divas fight through the crowd on Raw. That should've happened on the day the proclaimed Diva's Revolution officially started, and {{Becky Lynch}}, {{Charlotte}}, and {{Sasha Banks}} debuted onto the main roster. That would've shown the aggressiveness of the revolution and the return of ruthless Divas, but instead, we got the three NXT women do their submission holds simultaneously on the {{Bella Twins}} (and {{Alicia Fox}}) in the ring. It was a good sight to see the Bellas (and Alicia Fox) laid out in the ring to the verge of tapping out, but it was annoying to realize the fact that the three newly-named Divas did their submission holds to the Bellas (and Alicia Fox), but not a single team. Then-called Submission Sorority (now Team PCB) should have done their moves to the Bellas (and Alicia Fox). And then, Team BAD (Beautiful and Dangerous) would come in, and lay waste to Team PCB, and Sasha Banks would do her Bank Statement to one of the Bellas (or Alicia Fox), solidifying that Team BAD is the dark horse in this instead of being ''that'' team in the proclaimed Diva's Revolution.

What could've made this better is another team that has {{Natalya}} as the leader instead of her trying to mooch Team PCB (or Team PCP or Team PPP) of of Paige, making it Team NCB (but a ''wiseguy'' would name it Team NBC). She would recruit the then-retiring {{Layla}} and a mystery NXT wrestler, and be called Team FSR (Found Some Relevance). Sure, it sounds dumb realizing that Layla didn't retire because she wasn't feeling relevant, and would've retire anyways if Natalya offered her a spot on the team, but she would come into play for the next thing that should've happened from the start. Past alumni Divas (actually dubbed '''women''' wrestlers)should made a guest appearance in the revolution like {{Trish Stratus}}, {{Lita}}, and many more who are retired or not under contract with TNA.

Plus, what really buried this whole thing is the theme music of the Diva's Revolution. Yes, the '''whole freaking revolution''' had a theme. Sure, a theme would best fit a revolution, but the them being used had no reason to be used at all. The {{Total Divas}} theme was used for the whole revolution, and is still being used before ''every'' Divas match, even though some of the Divas are not in the show.

The theme was supposed to be exclusive to a Total Divas-sponsored match like {{Summer Rae}} and Natalya's [[http://www.eonline.com/shows/total_divas/news/581042/nattie-attacks-summer-rae-and-pulls-her-out-of-a-car-by-her-hair-see-the-intense-total-divas-moment car fight]], which then transitioned into a match on Raw. Sounds logic even though the shows seem to be previously recorded three months late (the show started at WrestleMania 29 backstage, but the pilot was three months later) making the Diva drama-turned-match ''three months'' overdue.

On a side note: the whole revolution was about sticking it to the Bellas because they are at the top of the division thanks to Nikki's bond with {{Stephanie McMahon}} in 2013. Now, it's all about who's at the top. Paige takes credit for it, but Stephanie [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNSVaayTCCs clearly calls for a revolution]] on the July 13th edition of Raw.

The Divas matches are becoming too predetermined; a fatal four way #1 contender's match for Charlotte's title? Paige is in the match, too? Along with three other Divas who never got a shot at the title? Who will win? It's definitely, without a doubt, going to be Sasha Ba- -Paige. It was Paige; we all totally saw that coming. Brie couldn't have won with that no-selling diving dropkick...the '''freaking diving dropkick''' that got her the three-count on Charlotte, the daughter of '''{{Ric Flair}}!'''

Plus, we should have an abundant amount of Divas. The only ones in the business are the ones associated with the revolution, so technically, the division was divided into three alliances... ''shrugs''

Speaking of predetermined, it is quite obvious these days on WWE TV. The recent tournament for the vacant WWE World Heavyweight Championship? Who knew the U.S. and the Intercontinental champion would be in the final four? Along with the two blood brothers? The layout was good; round 1 on one week, quarterfinals on another, and the semifinals ans finals at {{Survivor Series}}. The final four? We should've seen it from a mile away. Especially the #1 contender fatal-four-way after Hell in a Cell. The two secondary champions, Roman Reigns, and a dark horse? Wasn't that similar to the semifinals at Survivor Series? Why can't the WWE think of something new? Why not put Cesaro against Stardust in round 1? They have been rivals, and this could've been the end of their rivalry, so that Stardust can find a new one in the returning Goldust. Then, it could be Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose, Cesaro, and whoever can claim the fourth spot (maybe Ryback, Neville, or Dolph Ziggler).

Other predetermined matches? The tag matches. If {{The New Day}} was serious about their open challenge on the November 23rd edition of Raw, who would've answered? It's clear that {{The Usos}} or The Lucha Dragons would've answered. It's so obvious that you probably are at home betting that The Usos' or The Lucha Dragon's theme will play, and you will probably see this as a chance to make a sandwich. Sure, the New Day is entertaining, but [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/FiveMovesOfDoom their moves are getting stale.]]

We saw the best out of many wrestlers when they were in the Survivor Series tournament: from Neville's reverse frankensteiner to Kalisto's top rope Selina Del Sol. But outside those matches with nothing on the line, we see the ''same old sh*t'' every week; Neville's [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/FiveMovesOfDoom slow development]], Kevin Owens backing out from fights, and [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Wrestling/MarkHenry a wrestler who is now used as an enhancement talent for young superstars.]]

The WWE should improve by the first half of 2016, as SmackDown is making its way to the USA Network. If they can't get creative and think of something new, they are going to see their ratings drop faster than TNA's second TV deal.