A lot of the guys coming in went to NXT of course, most came in for extra training, so they have no influence on the full roster. But I agree that the roster is too big.
When the cull comes, these boards will be set alight. There will be a whole lot of 'WWE dropped the ball', 'this guy is gold', 'if they would've just let him be him'. When it happens, I will be laughing at these people and saying 'of course they fired Alex Riley, Drew McIntyre, Tensai, JTG, Evan Bourne and Ezekiel Jackson. They have achieved nothing for over two years now, are not that good OR don't seem to make it work, and have nothing going for them at the moment.'
And then I'll cry because Ted DiBiase also will be sacked, and I'll say 'that guy is gold, he could've been big with just a bit of luck'. The people I've just laughed at will tell me he did nothing for over two years, and they'll be right.
A bit more serious: I didn't include guys like Heath Slater, Justin Gabriel, Yoshi and Curt Hawkins, because they need jobbers and these guys just do as they're told. Curt Hawkins seems to be the go to guy when Rock or Lesnar or another parttimers needs someone to train, so I can see him transit to a more backstage role, but don't think he will be fired.