WWE only has so many combinations that they can make with their roster of Superstars. If you ask Corey Graves they could be doing a better job at mixing it up.

During After The Bell, Corey Graves discussed WWE’s booking. There are a lot of rematches going on and he definitely noticed. In fact, he referred to it as being “rematched to death.”

“As far as the WWE landscape is concerned I am rematched to death, I tell you. What I mean it seems like week after week after week on RAW and SmackDown we see rematches ad nauseam.”

“Don’t get me wrong I’m not tired of seeing any of these superstars. But I am tired of seeing the same matches over and over and over again.”

“Just off the top of my head we’ve seen the Viking Raiders, who I’m a huge fan of. And the OC, who I’m also a huge fan of. How many times in the past few months have we seen that match?” Corey Graves stated. “We saw it again at TLC. I went on Twitter two weeks ago to praise Humberto Carrillo vs Andrade because it was awesome. I am all for seeing more of it but that doesn’t mean in successive weeks. We saw it again on the TLC kickoff show. Yes it was awesome again and it appears after what went down on Monday Night RAW this week we’re going to see it AGAIN. Give me a little space I mean why do we need rematches all the time? Why can’t somebody just win and somebody just lose and move on?”

WWE Superstars are very talented and given the proper freedom they can produce different matches all the time. The problem is that so many of those match formulas are the same. Only time will tell if WWE can figure out a solution to this issue that Corey Graves brought up.

Thanks to SE Scoops for the quote

H Jenkins

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