Matt_W Asks: This is more of an observation than an actual question. It seems to me that WWE has an adequate supply of talent that can wrestle entertaining matches (Cesaro, Bray Wyatt, Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose, Rusev, Ziggler, Sheamus, etc) and they sometimes show potential for consistent main event stardom. Yet, most of them appear to be shackled by eyeball rolling, overly scripted promos and story lines that prevent them from reaching their full potential. Can you imagine the audience connecting with Jericho during the late 90s and early 2000's if everything he said was force-fed to him by creative and he just recited passionless lines? I think that you and I might both agree that the potential for main event talent is there but they are handcuffed by poor booking and bland, impersonal promos that don't do them any favor. Take the training wheels off, book quality long-term angles, and let the talent help get their individual personalities over for fans to invest in them.