That would be a way to go. Authority figures are a common element to a wrestling show and they are often a necessary part. A wrestling company needs someone to keep things moving and point the show in the right direction. It is an idea that has worked for decades, but there comes a point where a company can put too much onto them. That has been a problem for WWE for a long time now and it might be the case again.
Over the last few months, Adam Pearce has served as the de facto authority figure in WWE. He is billed as a WWE representative and has shown up on both Monday Night Raw and SmackDown to make decisions, announce matches, and handle whatever situation comes up. For all intent and purpose, he is the General Manager of both shows and that means he might need some help. We might know who that could be.
Pearce has sent out a tweet mentioning suggestions that he appoint an assistant to help him out with his jobs. The tweet includes a photo of Pearce witl Billie Kay as the two look at her resume. Kay has spent the last few weeks trying to get whatever job she can on SmackDown. There is no word on any plans WWE has for Pearce and Kay if Pearce is going to receive an assistant.
It’s been suggested that perhaps I could use an “assistant”. You guys know anyone looking for a gig? ? pic.twitter.com/Oy0TDTErPC
— Adam Pearce (@ScrapDaddyAP) December 3, 2020
Kay can do a few things. Check out what she can do:
Opinion: I could go for more of Kay doing just about anything as she has gotten to show off what she can do outside of the ring, but I’m not sure if Pearce needs an assistant. He has been doing perfectly fine on his own and one of the last thing WWE needs is multiple authority figures. The company does not have the best track record in that area and hopefully they don’t screw up something that is working well at the moment.
What do you think of the idea? How would Kay do in the role? Let us know in the comments below.
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