Besides the fact that the WCW title changed hands like waterby the time Jarrett had it. It lost all its value by that time.
Don't go that route.
Because if you want to, I can point out how, between January 1991 (when the WCW World Title branched off from the NWA lineage) and April 2000 (when Jarrett finally won it), it changed hands 42 times. But, in that same time period, the WWF Title changed hands 42 times.
The most times the WCW World Title has ever changed hands in a calendar year prior to Jarrett winning it was in 1999, when it changed hands 11 times. But guess what? The WWF Title also changed hands 12 times in 1999.
The amount of World Title changes for both companies in the 9 year period after WCW split from NWA and before Jarrett won a World Title is nearly identical. Not to mention, the IC Title changed hands 46 times in the same time period.
And guess what? The most times the IC Title ever changed hands in a calendar year was 11....IN 1999!!!
So, don't say the WCW Title lost value because it changed hands so often and ignore how it changed hands less than the WWF Title or the IC Title, whether in that same 9 year time frame or in '99, when all belts were being passed around.
Bottom line: Being a main event guy and getting to work Hogan, Sting & Goldberg >>> being a mid card guy and working D-Lo, Al Snow and Chyna. And I don't even like Jarrett but don't pretend like being IC Champion in the mid card trumps getting a push, main eventing and being used consistently in the top angle on the show.