Some have argued how Vince needs to step down and be replaced by his son-in-law. Support for this involved McMahon being completely out of touch and NXT being a solid show. I can't argue Vince had changed into a guy with few ideas, has inconsistent approach to building talent and such an iron fist it is detrimental to what a superstar can do. Paul's track record isn't great. It's debateable how he politics his way into the limelight at the expense of other; that only 1 year ago he used his power to make himself the center of 'Summer of Punk' and give his friend one last run. The guy is seemingly ingrained in 80's NWA wrestling. That was a good alternative to the cartoon world of WWF, yet it wasn't 'creative' for the most. Character was as lacking in that promotion as it is in WWE today. It was about good wrestling and serious, believable feuds. That equals a strong, consistent product - but it isn't must see under a 2 or now 3 hour episodic entertainment show on cable.