Over the past few weeks, both Eric Young and EC3 have said they think WWE's creative process is flawed. They noted how the multiple layers of bureaucracy in the company only stifles creativity and that even when they pitched ideas to Vince McMahon, they were quickly dropped or forgotten about.
Another former WWE Superstar has now given his thoughts on the wrestling behemoth's creative process as Brian Myers (Curt Hawkins) was a recent guest on Sitting Ringside With David Penzer.
Myers said: "I would say it's next to impossible. There's just so many cooks in the kitchen that it's so hard to get something done to where you need to establish a relationship with Vince where you can just go in there and ask him your damn self, because it's gonna take 12 other people to facilitate and get the message to him and it's just such a waste of everyone's time. I saw an interview recently with Eric Young where he said it's a flawed system and I think that's the best way to describe it. It's a very flawed system."
When asked about how WWE can fix the process, the IMPACT Wrestling star mentioned that Vince McMahon needs to trust a small writing team to put the shows together and not nitpick at small details.
He added: "I do think it's too many cooks and I just think Vince has to trust someone to write the show and that's it, and go with it instead of nitpicking it and breaking it down and then over-analysing it. I think he just has to put that in someone's hands. One person, maybe two, you know. And it's their vision and we've got to run with it and see where it takes us."