When the New Generation started and Vince started pushing new faces in the main event and upper midcard, there should have been more of a transitional period. In 2005 Batista and Cena were picked as the new leaders of the company. Several big name veterans (Triple H, JBL, Jericho, Christian, Angle, Guerrero) put them over in big matches to solidify them. The same should've happened in 1993. It wasn't Vince's fault Hogan refused to put Bret over, but Randy Savage could've and should've been used to solidify some of the newer stars. He should have main evened WM 9 and tore the house down with Bret, losing to him and was denied a program with Shawn Michael's where he ultimately would've put him over. Yokozuna beat Hogan, but in a ridiculous manner, and Luger beat Mr. Perfect at WM. But Luger, Hart, Michaels, Yokozuna and Razor could haved used several victories in important matches over important guys who represented the old guard, not just rare instances of it. Bret' s title win over Flair wasn't even televised.