A new push. Perhaps even a title reign again. Something to get herself noticed again, or to make people know that she’s not still around just because of who her daddy is.
This guy gets two. One, to find a new tailor/wardrobe person (or, buy a mirror!) and two, to find whatever it was that got him his title run, and go back to that well once again. Not saying he’s deserving of a title shot, but seeing guys like him, who held the heavyweight title and are now relegated to lame talk show host? It’s sad, kind of. Almost like if they gave David Arquette a title run.
Speaking of going back to the well, here’s a guy who should be able to be more over. Big, talented, gifted athlete…but apparently prolific smoker of certain fringe items. Maybe not prolific, but busted either way. But again, he was capable enough that he rose to the top spot, though that seems like eons ago. He needs to get over his hump-something I thought he’d do in his program with Del Rio, but instead of Swagger taking the US Title, we got Kalisto. Perhaps he goes back to being a heel and takes it back?
Fine, he’s not in WWE again. Yet.
But for his resolution? Agreeing to terms with Vince and company, and getting a farewell tour all his own.
One heck of an apology tour, and a road map back to WWE. It’s probably a long shot, but without a major competitor, it just feels odd not having Hogan out there shilling WWE Network, and it will be odd not having him at WrestleMania.
This one was easy. He has to resolve to get a better haircut (or a new barber). And maybe some vitamins, or a suntan. Spray tan works too.
Tyson and Cesaro:
To come back happy and healthy, and regain the WWE titles. Call me crazy, and nothing against the other teams in WWE. But these two had something special as a tag team, and as over as New Day is, I think getting this duo back would be a shot in the arm for the resurgent tag team division.
For continued growth on her own, out of the shadows of the more prominent and heavily pushed Divas.
Two resolutions. First, to realize that the show CAN succeed without them always being on TV. And, second, to find out a way to get Shane back in a program that ends up driving his family off of TV for at least a bit.
The Phenom gets two here as well. First, one last title run. He deserves one last chance to hold the gold.
For the second, having held that gold, allowing him to go out on top and make 2016 his final year in the ring. Not that I wish him to be gone, but I wish for him to go out on a high note, and with a bit of decent health left.
Who else in WWE deserves a good New Year’s resolution, and what would you call out for them?