One of the points of discussion backstage at this week's episode of Monday Night Raw in Dayton, Ohio was the recent influx of talent in the company. With "all hands on deck" for Wrestlemania XXX, WWE has reset the top of the card with Randy Orton, John Cena, CM Punk, Daniel Bryan, Brock Lesnar and Batista. Add these names to workers such as Alberto Del Rio, Sheamus and Christian coming back along with Big E Langston, The Miz, The Prime Time Players, The Shield and The Wyatt Family andVince McMahon is concerned about guys getting lost in the shuffle.
The word was put out to brainstorm about ways to feature more guys, whether it be having angles play out on live events or even go back to more of a brand extension type setting, WWE has reversed their problem of depth to kickoff the new year. Let's also not forget about the impending returns of The Undertaker, Rob Van Dam and the possibility of any other part-time talent for Wrestlemania this April.
This is also believed to be one of the reasons why Randy Orton is still carrying both title belts in case they would decide to split the titles once again.
The bottom-line, however, from Triple H's prospective is they are at too important of a time in the company's history with the launch of the WWE Network and their biggest show of the year to be in a situation where they end up short on top guys due to injuries or people leaving the company for one reason or another.