It's been well over a month since WrestleMania, and now that things have settled after the Superstar Shake-Up, it's safe to say that WWE fans are... well, not happy with things. But hey, what else is new? Wrestling fans always find something to complain about, especially when it comes to Vince's Pod of Bods (you, our valued readers of WhatCulture, should be very well aware of this).
However, when you compare the goodwill and enthusiasm fans had toward the product heading into WrestleMania to the annoyance and disdain toward it now, it's clear something's gone horribly awry in the last few weeks. Whether it was the Greatest Royal Rumble, Backlash, or just a handful of lackluster RAWs, it's clear that what WWE are doing right now is making fans very unhappy.
But it's not just any one thing. Indeed it's a series of little things that, in a vacuum seem mundane, but add up to an overall unsatisfying product that is making fans chant "beat the traffic" during the main event of a PPV.
If WWE want this dissent to stop soon, they should keep these grievances in mind.
Yes, yes, I know, Jake Roberts has... that name. Perhaps that's why, despite his resistance, wrestling took over his once-innocent life, and now, he writes for WhatCulture. When not doing that, he's an aspiring actor and broadcaster based in the mountains of North Carolina, and has a bachelors degree in Electronic Media & Broadcasting.