Source: The Wrestling Observer Newsletter
According to one source, there is said to be a lot of panic backstage in WWE right now regarding creative plans.
When the call was made to switch Daniel Bryan and The Big Show in the WWE title picture, the idea was Big Show vs. Randy Orton in a main event match at Survivor Series, with them following up at the TLC pay-per-view with a Big Show vs. Triple H match. Plans then changed to have Orton vs. Big Show in a tables match, which is why The Big Show chokeslammed Orton through the announce table on RAW a few weeks back.
At one point, there was an idea floating around that John Cena would feud with Big E. Langston for the World Heavyweight Championship, with Langston turning back heel. When Survivor Series was over, both of those matches were scrapped and the new TLC main event ended up as Cena vs. Orton for both of the titles. As recently reported, there is now talk of having that match serve as a unification match, despite originally not intending to unify the titles.
As far as the creative team is concerned, one WWE source noted that they are "burnt out and scared of who might not be there too much longer." There have been numerous times over the past several months where the creative team receives a "blue print" script for RAW over the weekend and then when they get to RAW on Monday, the entire show is re-written and is completely different than what was originally planned. There are also creative changes taking place at 7PM EST, just one hour before RAW goes live.
We'll keep you posted as we hear more.