WWE Should Stop Pushing Shane McMahon On All Shows

WWE has been very boring lately and one of the reasons why is that the company is pushing Shane McMahon as the top heel.

With so many legit wrestlers on the roster, it's weird WWE still wants to push a 50 year old instead of its other talent.

The worst thing about Shane McMahon's new push is that he features on all of the big TV shows and PPVs now. I cannot remember the last time that Shane McMahon did not feature in the monthly PPVs.

Another thing that is annoying is new the Wild Card rule meaning anyone can book themselves to feature on both Raw and Smackdown each and every week.

Shane McMahon has been featured heavily on both shows and his act is getting very tiresome.

The most infuriating thing about McMahon's push is that it takes away TV time from lots of other wrestlers in the back.

The likes of Asuka, Kairi Sane, Rusev, Shinsuke Nakamura, Aleister Black and more have not featured on the Smackdown TV show for weeks now.

Most of the talent I just mentioned still feature on un-televised live events. Shane McMahon on the other hand does not even wrestle during live events.

Even more main event caliber wrestlers like Randy Orton, AJ Styles and Finn Balor are taking a back seat on television lately. It seems the only people that always feature on both TV shows are Shane McMahon and Roman Reigns!

Hopefully WWE listens to its fans and starts to push someone else as the company's top heel instead.

Shane McMahon's push has not led to an increase in TV ratings as viewership remains to be very low this year compared to last year.

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