WWE has been the biggest pro wrestling promotion in the world over the past several decades, featuring many great wrestlers.
The COVID-19 epidemic broke out throughout the world in 2020, and as a result, the company’s celebrity releases began that year, and they didn’t stop for a very long period.
When Vince McMahon retired, more than 100 wrestlers and employees were let go. However, Triple H, the new creative boss, has brought back many of the Superstars who were let go.
New wrestlers will not be able to do well in WWE – should not return
As we told you that after the retirement of Vince McMahon, the creative control of WWE has come into the hands of Triple H and he has brought back many of the released Superstars.
To increase star power – must be returned
WWE had decided to release such a large number of superstars, whose news of their expulsion from the company was very shocking to the pro wrestling world.
Currently, the company has many main event superstars, but it cannot be denied that other superstars have not been able to reach the top due to Roman Reigns’ title run, hence the lack of star power in the main event scene is being felt.
Now with the return of Karrion Kross, the efforts for the return of Bray Wyatt and Braun Strowman are also intensifying and with the arrival of top superstars like them, the emphasis will be on increasing the star power at the events, which can also increase the viewership.
The number of wrestlers on the roster should not be increased as much as before – should not be returned
WWE’s roster once had so many wrestlers that many had to stay away from on-screen for several weeks.
But after the release due to COVID-19, the number of superstars included in the roster was reduced significantly, which could have pushed more superstars.
It is right for the company to bring back a few selected superstars for their benefit, but this return process should not last long because the number of superstars on the roster once again will cause other wrestlers to suffer, which will make them once again from TV.