WWE is slipping terribly when it comes to the ratings which means they’re likely losing fans and they really can’t afford to do that. Roman Reigns leaving the company due to leukemia wasn’t the only blow dealt to WWE recently as they also pressed on and carried through with their Saudi Arabian obligations in the face of direct criticism.
Bryan Alvarez revealed on Wrestling Observer Live that he has been told that WWE has a master plan after all. Apparently, they have something big lined up to kick off 2019 by getting their fans back and turning things around. This could be interesting, but at this stage in the game, it’s probably best not to get your hopes up too much.
“For those of you who hate Raw, all I’m going to do is tell you that the belief within WWE is that — take this for what it’s worth — they believe it is all turning around in January. Apparently, they have some sort of idea and they think it’s all turning around in January and that the ratings in January are going to be good again. The show is going to be better and something big is going to happen.”
“Of course, everybody is going to be speculating all sorts of crazy things. Young Bucks, this, that. Don’t get your hopes up, everybody.”
“I don’t know what they’re thinking, but they seem to believe that in January, this thing’s turning around.”
You never know what WWE might have up their sleeves. In recent interviews, Cody Rhodes has changed his tune about The Elite all sticking together no matter what. Now he refers to it as a “perfect world” kind of a situation instead.
Only time will tell what plans WWE could be cooking up in the lab or if they even have a real plan at all and they’re just being carnies. Either way, we appreciate you guys sticking with it and checking out Ringside News in the process.
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