I’m positive about it. Things have been changing in a bit way in WWE as of late and some of the moves have been a good thing. One of the biggest changes has been WWE moving out of the Performance Center and into the Amway Center, which was a necessary upgrade. The Performance Center worked out well enough for the company, but they needed to change things up a little bit and it is part of an important switch.
Another major upgrade for WWE has been the evolution of Roman Reigns. After several years of being presented as the next big thing in WWE, Reigns is now a monster villain and the dominant force on SmackDown. This has gone rather well for WWE and the show’s audience has gone up over the last few weeks. That is some more good news and it seems to have been part of a positive result.
According to WrestleTalk, the backstage morale has been improved since the move to the Amway Center, mainly due to the additional space that the wrestlers have. In addition, Reigns is seen as a locker room leader and someone who can help boost the overall atmosphere. In addition to these changes, television tapings are now shorter, allowing the wrestlers to not be as tired on TV days.
Those are big upgrades. Check out a little bit of both:
Opinion: That’s a good thing for WWE as they are hardly in the best place at the moment, so any kind of an improvement is something that can help. The move helped, but you can also get so much out of having a veteran presence that has the locker room’s respect. This should be something that helps them out a lot, and if that is the case, the on-screen product might be better as well.
Which change is a bigger deal? What else could help WWE? Let us know in the comments below.
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