3, 5, 7, and 10 years ago the mid carders and jobbers on the main roster of the WWE were five to ten years younger than they are now. That is all the youth movement that WWE has allegedly been going through for the last three years means. Nothing more, nothing less.
Vince McMahon has no faith in anyone under 32 currently on the WWE roster. The arenas can be packed with fans chanting their hearts out for Dolph Ziggler, Bray Wyatt, Dean Ambrose, and Cesaro but none of them have been with WWE for more than ten years, none of them were in WWE during the Attitude Era, none of them were in WWE when Vince McMahon was young and willing to take risks.
WWE will not take the risks that the fans are dying to see because Vince McMahon is not responsible to the fans in the arenas, he only answers to the stockholders.
By the way, have the internet fans completely turned on Adam Rose yet after being ga ga for him the first two weeks of his act just like Brodus Clay in 2011? Thought so.
Daniel Bryan is going to be out for an extended amount of time with a neck injury. Vince McMahon recently lost $300 million in one day. Someone needs to be a transitional champion for Brock Lesnar who is several levels above rumored to be having a lengthy run with the WWE Title starting at Summerslam. To me this sounds like the perfect time to give a young guy a two month run with the big belt(s) to see what he can do with it.
Instead John Cena got his 15th WWE Title win, yahoo.
Cena is a money man, he is a top guy. But if WWE was having a youth movement as so many employees and mark fans of WWE have been saying for the past few years, then someone other than John Cena or Randy Orton would have won the title at #MITB. Instead the people who should have been winning the title were in a secondary number one contender match. That sounds like WWE in a nutshell since 2002.
Now John Cena is on the road to dropping the belt to Brock Lesnar at Summerslam. John Cena? Brock Lesnar? 2014? Youth movement? Sounds more like business as usual.