I was thinking about this the other day after revisiting the idea thanks to a post by @Paige is Hot . I believe a small part of NXT's ongoing success is that they have the one arena at Full Sail University in Florida that they always perform in. So the effect the local crowd has on the show is greater IMO. So in brainstorming I came up with this. 1.WWE, you're still making millions and millions of dollars a year right? Before you go under thanks to the failing WWE network and ratings dropping - buy some land and build your own smaller static WWE arenas in major cities across the country. Not unlike the NXT arena. Start with just a few and expand if it works out. 2. Expand your roster. Numbers are dwindling. More diversity = more fan choices for who to cheer for = more fans in the seats = more $$$! Have certain superstars be "based" at these new mini-arenas to minimize travel needs. Of course certain feuds will still require travel, but smaller house shows could still take place every week with anyone not in a major "on tv" feud. But these "house shows" could also be broadcast on the network if desired. 3. Make RAW 2 hours again. Have the RAW and Smackdown tapings make routine stops at these new mini-arenas along with the same tried and true traveling business model. Hell they could even "jump" the feed between these new statically located arenas to help fill in the shows with more actual matches instead of filler crap like it is now. I'm sure I'll get some criticisms, but what do you guys think? Any suggestions to make it better?