WWE has an entire warehouse in Connecticut full of writers beavering away on storyline ideas for the roster, but even with so many fingers tip-tapping away on so many keyboards, there are always wrestlers who fall between the cracks and potential that goes unexploited. Perhaps those overworked, under-pressure WWE creatives need a little help.
And what's more fun than speculating about potential storylines for your favourite grappling superstars? Nothing legal, that's for sure. So why not set the wrestling world to rights through the power of the imagination?
Problems the WWE has right now, including underwhelming reactions for heavily pushed superstars, wrestlers with nothing to do and competitors needing a new challenge, can all be solved through a story that turns these issues into a virtue and makes some damn fine television in the process.
It's time to whip up some brand new storylines just aching to be emblazoned across our television screens via the medium of huge sweaty people colliding with each other. So settle down in your booking armchair and channel your inner Russo, because there's a whole lot of uninformed speculation to be done.
10. Bálor Club
Finn Bálor needs something to do that isn't just having really good matches with whoever Creative throws in front of him. The same goes for Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson.
Enter Bálor Club, a posse of tough, skilled, hard-hitting competitors with worldwide experience and a mean streak. Recreating NJPW's gaijin heel faction with the members currently doing their thing in the WWE is a clear opportunity.
Motivation-wise, Finn's squad of bad boys are tired of just making up the numbers. Finn wants the title he never lost while Anderson and Gallows want to cause chaos and mayhem and maybe wear the gold again. Above all they want the world to fear and respect them. They've even got a t-shirt already.
Opposing them? An ad-hoc gathering of people they wrong along the way. There are plenty of faces surplus to current requirements who could form an alliance against Bálor Club, not least a notable one-time associate - and who doesn't want to see AJ Styles and Bálor throw hands?