I'm no bandwagon jumper of the anti-PG era group but the things that I highly dislike about WWE in today's era is that they misuse and misbook a lot of talented wrestlers(Just look at Bray Wyatt and Dean Ambrose, they were often misbooked). They give a lot of really retarded wrestling gimmicks to talents, just to please the soccer moms and media outlets to be seen as "Kid friendly". For example, I think Daniel Bryan's a very skilled and talented wrestler but I dislike his stupid "Yes" gimmick which is one of the dumbest moves I think the WWE has done since Lance Storm's stupid party gimmick that killed his WWE career in the end. They give little to no mic freedom to their wrestlers like they did back in the Attitude Era. They're so worried about their public image from the press these days that they feel that they have no choice but to become very politically correct of the segments and wrestling matches that they give us. I'm not saying that the WWE needs to go back to the Attitude Era to be over-the-top edgy again to be great again but they need to at least give the wrestlers the freedom of mic speech to be naturally entertaining and not force scripted lines on them, book their new talents better, stop giving them these stupid "kid friendly" gimmicks, and not devalue the WWE World Heavyweight championship belt by constantly handing them to either part-timers who don't appear often or wrestlers who don't appear passionate and serious about the belt. If there is only one thing that the WWE is doing right today, it's their NXT brand, which is more entertaining than the main shows yet ironically intended to be for rookie pro wrestlers competing and legends training them. What do you guys think?