They don’t like that. WWE has a lot of things going on at any given time and that can become a problem in a hurry. They have so many points to take care of and you only have so many hours of television at a time. As a result, things can get a little tight at times and that can cause problems up and down the card. That seems to be something WWE wants to improve upon.
With so many things going on during a regular edition of WWE television, things have to be put together on a rather tight schedule. There are only so many ways to get something done with the limited amount of time they have and it is made even more complicated by everything being live. That can make things harder, and now WWE is going to try and fix issues that come with the problems.
According to PWInsider.com, WWE has sent out a new order to its talent, telling them to stick to the amount of time that they have been allotted for promos. Wrestlers have been going over their time and the mistakes have been affecting the remainder of the show, as the rest of the format is thrown off. This problem mainly took place during the build to Survivor Series and the segments’ producers were called out as well.
The show was a little different than than planned. Check out some of the promos which might have caused some of the problems:
Opinion: I can understand something like this and WWE needs to do something to keep their structure in order. If you have five promos take an extra minute each, a ten minute main event could be cut in half. That is the kind of thing that could cause some issues up and down the show and it is something that can be solved rather easily. Just keep this stuff down to a certain amount of time and have someone let the wrestlers know when their time is up. That shouldn’t be too difficult and I can understand WWE being annoyed over the whole thing.
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