10 Biggest WWE Creative Mistakes Of 2019 (So Far)

How do you flub a layup like Roman Reigns' return?


Viewership might be cratering, but WWE's 2019 main roster success stories can't be denied.

KofiMania was an organic, emotional babyface chase story that peaked at just the right moment and yielded one of the greatest WrestleMania matches in recent memory, with the ensuring WWE Championship reign carrying an increasingly dry SmackDown product ever since. Similar 'Show Of Shows' triumphs for Becky Lynch and Seth Rollins brought a much-missed feel-good factor back to the biggest event of the year, and both wrestlers continue to soar. The brilliant Firefly Fun House segments should save Bray Wyatt's career. In the 24/7 Championship, WWE have stumbled upon a genuinely funny midcard novelty act. The list goes on.

If such storylines represented the whole, WWE would be in the midst of an incredible year. They're not, though. Vince McMahon and his colossal writing crew have never been as erratic as they are in 2019 and for every achievement listed above, there are at least two or three flops.

Trimming this list down to a succinct 10 proved difficult, so rotten are WWE's creative lows at the moment. Let's hope the company get their act together before the year ends...


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