The current WWE product has a lot of flaws including 50/50 booking, feuds that don’t go anywhere, teams splitting up for no reason and storylines not making sense. All of this has led to fans simply being tired of the company and the disinterest of the fans is reflected in the dwindling ratings of both main roster shows over the past few years.
WWE Creative has its fair share of the blame when it comes to the decline in quality of the product. Recently, new Monday Night RAW writer Kenice Mobley admitted that she has no prior knowledge of pro wrestling.
It seems this might have landed her in trouble according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, while it isn’t rare for the WWE writing team to not have a background in wrestling, Mosley admitting to the fact was not received well in the company.
It was said that that WWE officials are “embarrassed” and believe the admission makes the company look “blindingly stupid”. Her admission ultimately made the company get a lot of flak from fans.
This turned into a fairly big thing, heavily talked about on social media but also noted among those on the inside. Mobley was also under the gun for speaking publicly on subjects that WWE doesn’t want stuff talked about. One person very close to the situation noted the negative reaction to this and said that she is not the only one in this situation, and actually this is typical of many of the writers. But where they were embarrassed by this is that by going public, it makes WWE to the outside world look “blindingly stupid.
Ultimately, the problem remains that the company hires writers who simply have no idea about professional wrestling and that will always be detrimental to the product.