With the recent string of injuries involving main event wrestlers in WWE, do you think it's a good idea for them to release so many lower card performers or should they try to elevate some of them while the "big names" are out for several months at a time. Sure, I get that Scotty Too Hotty will never be main event material, but they just released Sabu, who if pushed correctly, could be a world champion. Unfortuately, Vince McMahon has created an invironment (especially with the new ECW) where guys like Sabu and Rob Van Dam have no desire to even stay with the company anymore. So, what's the answer? Do they elevate some lower teir talent? With the creative teams lack of fresh ideas, I doubt it would accomplish anything more than ruin these young guys careers. Do they try to bring certain big names from the past back? I've heard that they want to bring Chris Jericho back, but who knows if he's even interested, and Big Show (Paul Wight) seems to be TNA bound. Or do they just wait it out? Look at the list of performers that are currently injured. The Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, Booker T., Triple H, Mr. Kennedy, Gregory Helms, and I'm sure there are more that I can't remember right now. Also, with all these injuries, do you think they should consider lightening up the travel schedule? TNA has a light schedule (in comparison to WWE) and it seems to be working for them. So, what do you think?