Well, it seems like there are two big things the WWE could use according to threads posted here and probably in the minds of many fans ... 1.) Fixing Bray Wyatt and 2.) Stables So why not combine both? Fix Bray Wyatt by actually having him become a successful leader of a stable. They could be the "Human Nightmares" stable/New Wyatt Family. I like the idea someone had where Wyatt does less talking for now, and over the course of a few weeks or months just randomly lays out certain stars with little to no explanation. Then, he proclaims he can save individuals if they follow him. He, and his followers can also attack BOTH babyfaces and heels. They can be more of a tweener stable. Basically, they attack anyone who gets in their way. And the way to SAVE Wyatt is let him be the one who gets the wins. Sometimes his followers will help but sometimes he will just outsmart and outwit the opponents. But IF he does lose, he has to be relentless. He may lose a match but then attack and torment the winner until they either "JOIN HIM or BE CAUGHT IN A LIVING NIGHTMARE!" Many stars he could recruit including: Gallows and Anderson, the BROKEN Hardys, steal Dallas and Axel from Miz, maybe a heel Dean Ambrose after a Shield reunion where AMBROSE becomes the one to betray the team due to Wyatt's suggestions. Now, the New Wyatt Family will be strong, it start with two new members and grow to add another one or two. But it will be strong and noticeable. When you watch Raw at anytime the lights could go out and the Wyatts could appear having laid out any stars. Quickly, certain stars will get fed up with this. Now, if they got at it alone, they will quickly find they will lose. So they figure they must band together. This is where other stables will form and finally we will be back to the glory days where it is Stables Vs Stables. WWE seems very hesitant these days to make strong stables, they seem to want everyone to be an individual who occasional team up. I think that's limiting the interest level in their product. It could also be because they have pretty concrete plans about how they want to get to WrestleMania. I.E. Reigns as the top dog winning the Universal Title from Brock Lesnar. Everything else seems to be an afterthought, so building up Stables seems too much. I think they are missing out.