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There's been a lot more talk about WWE Senior Vice President for Talent Relations John Laurinaitis lately. It heated up during the whole John Cena-CM Punk angle, and continued when the VP recently appeared on Monday Night Raw.
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Far be it for me to criticize the job someone is doing. (We never do that, right?) But I would like to make some observations. Unless this angle is leading to the replacement of Laurinaitis in his role as Senior VP for Talent, then I don't understand why he's on TV right now. I think he should be, oh I don't know, focusing on finding and promoting talent for the company.
It's no secret that there is a huge lack of talent at the top of the WWE roster. Right now John Cena and Randy Orton are the only two real big names in the company that are currently active. I don't count the Undertaker or Triple H since they both are seemingly semi-retired from the ring.
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So I guess what I'm saying is this. Laurinaitis bragged Monday night about being in WWE management for a decade now. But what has he really accomplished in that time? It's time to poop or get off the corporate pot. Just sayin'...
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