WWE RAW this week focused on Superstars in a new light to give their characters added depth for the audience. That show was also stacked to be the biggest possible since they had huge college football competition.

While discussing this week’s red brand show on Wrestling Observer Radio Dave Meltzer brought up the focus that WWE is putting on fresh talent. It was said that “almost everything” on RAW was about elevating new Superstars in the WWE Universe’s mindset to create even bigger stars.

“Everything on RAW when you watch it — whether it’s gonna work or not — almost everything is about trying to create a new group of stars. Aleister Black, Buddy Murphy, Liv Morgan, whatever.”

“It’s new. The whole thing is new and with the US Title it’s Andrade and a new babyface. At one point it looked like it was gonna be Ricochet. Now it looks like Humberto Carrillo, it could be someone else I suppose they could throw Black in there. They’ve gotta figure out something for Black with Murphy [out of his angle] — I guess they could move Black up to Samoa Joe team and put him on one side and put Buddy Murphy on the other. That’s probably a smart way to do that because it moves Aleister up the card since he’s a guy being groomed as much as anyone.”

WWE has a lot of future Superstars and they are giving a focus to help build those performers for the future. They might need to bring back a veteran like Big Show in the process, but WWE is still making sure to give fresh faces time on television which will end up benefiting them in the long run.

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