The WWE and its (Supposed) Downfall
Don't get me wrong. There are wrestlers out there being pushed that have a chance to be superstars. Reigns, Ambrose, Rollins, the Wyatt Family, and Kevin Owens are all reasons I tune in. The Divas Division, as opposed to the old days of being paraded around with an occasional match, is on the rise. Interesting characters and feuds are being developed, but the same issue usually arises. With three hours of content available on RAW, you'd think there would be room for more than two matches between women.
Let the young bucks run. Ratings may disappear for awhile but that would mean the mid-cards and lesser known wrestlers may get the focus they rightfully deserve. People love NXT so let's see more of those wrestlers in the "major league". The answers can be two fold: Create better story arcs or give us more wrestling and less talk. Let the matches tell the story.
I'll even give you an arc for free. Let the Wyatt family begin taking the souls of the wrestlers we see less of, in turn growing the family. Let the Wyatts become more dark and mysterious while collecting members for their dark legion. Soon, it's the Wyatt Family running RAW, while the Authority scrambles to control the situation. Keep a handful of the "Hero" wrestlers to fight a 20-man faction of the Wyatt Family. Put stakes into the story, like maybe the Wyatts threaten to move their faction elsewhere, leaving the WWE with no wrestlers. Build it up until Rollins returns, re-unite the Shield briefly (with new members, like Neville, for example), throw a few NXT stars in there, and have the new Shield save the day and the company.
I'll let WWE creative fill in the in-between stuff.
Let the current era die a slow death. Show us the new faces, the faces many fans want to see. Then, like The Undertaker, the WWE can be resurrected. Only then will fans know what they truly have and that they have a company that takes their desires into consideration.
If nothing changes, Monday nights are going to be filled with a shallow, empty feeling. And that's a reality no WWE fan wants to live with. Then. Now. Or forever.