Creatively, World Wrestling Entertainment have been a company in a rut for years. It's unfair to levy the accusation that nothing the promotion does is entertaining, because that's not strictly true. Over the years, Vince McMahon's brain trust has enabled fans to enjoy countless hours of matches and moments. However, they've also booked a whole load of nonsense at times too. 2015 was no different from most other years, there were good moments and there were bad. Unfortunately, comparisons have been made between the past 12 months and the events of 1995, when the then-World Wrestling Federation found itself at a creative crossroads. There are parallels, such as sagging ratings, a clear lack of bankable headline talent, and throwing things at walls to see what might stick. This article aims to explore 10 of the worst creative decisions made by the writing team throughout 2015. A lot of fans have complained about these storylines and booking ideas via social media and on pro wrestling forums online. Analysing them as a collective, they add up to represent the fact that WWE didn't have a banner year in 2015. Who knows what 2016 will have in store for the company, but they need to help themselves a lot more with their booking than they often did in 2015.