Yeah if you had Ryback with the title with Heyman as his mouth piece, you could let Ryback destroy everyone in his path leading up to a match with Punk at WM where Punk finally beats Ryback and Heyman. Let Punk chase the title with the end game being finally beating heyman for good.
I back this 100%. However, I fear that the WWE has no place for ADR if he is not holding the big gold belt and that is why he is the WHC.
Step 3. Transfer all World title story lines and players to the IC title scene
Right now, the World title is basically what the IC title should be. The IC, in it's current incarnation, and US titles are basically there to give newcomers credibility, and it rarely works. Getting rid of the World and US titles would create a clearer pecking order for the titles, and get rid of random RAW and SMACKDOWN title changes. They could also continue with having two Money in the Bank matches; One for the WWE title, and one for the IC title.
Rule of thumb:
If I like someone, and they're becoming boring, it's creative's fault.
If I don't like someone, and they're becoming boring, it's because they suck.
Old Soul since Birth, Proud Railfan since '95, Proud Wrestling Fan since '06
Join Date: Sep 2013
Re: How can the WWE fix the WHC?
As I've seen others say, put the title on someone important (Punk) and unify the titles atvsome point, preferably at Wrestlemania.
With the brand extension dead there's simply no point to having two world titles anymore. At this point the WHC is always going to take the backseat to the company's namesake title, and rightfully so. Just change the WWE title from that ugly, gaudy, oversized class ring to an authentic looking championship like the WHC.
With their only being one world title, that ensures a bigger, better midcard as the title will be reserved for main eventers/ upper midcarders as it should. The problem with the current set up is that the main event scene is so lacking that when a midcarder gets moderately over, suddenly the WWE pushes them well before they are even ready into the world title scene and in turn, watering down the main event scene and castrating what could be a helpful asset to the midcard. You listen to midcard pops of the Attitude Era and they put today's to shame and it's a wonder why considering that what should be the bulk of the roster is being given dead in the water pushes that only succeed in pushing them back down the card if not further than they already were. Realistically, the main event should be comprised if no more than 10 people, 20% of which operate as upper midcarders as well. While the current main event scene is only centered around 4 or 5 guys, it's better that way seeing as how no one else has been built up properly to join them. No midcarder should even be talking about a world title until they're established enough and getting some of the loudest pops or relatively high levels of heat each show.
There really only needs to be 5 titles in the WWE and they are:
United States Championship
WWE Tag Team Championships
Divas (ugh...) Championship
Some people believe the IC and US titles should be merged and I disagree. The IC title should be second only to the WWE title as it used to but one step below that title should be the US title which should serve as a tertiary title, a "beginner's" title like the European Championship was(geographically it makes sense as well). It can give the lower card guys and newcomers something to work towards and provide them the opportunity to rise through the ranks the old fashioned way. I'd also say revive the Hardcore Championship as an added bonus for the midcard and as the wild card the promotion has been missing for so long. In the end it's just another way for midcarders to get over and a way WWE can stretch the limits of PG depending o the route they go with it. Overall, no more than 6 titles should be under the WWE umbrella and the WHC should be retired. The belt has outlived its usefulness.
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If face Sheamus is Cena-Lite, wouldn't that make heel Sheamus Orton-Lite? :weezy
there's no real need for the title now that the brand extension has finished, the only way to save the title is give meaning to the word "heavyweight" and only allow wrestlers that look like heavyweights compete for it, like big show, luke harper, erick rowan, mark henry, tensai, jack swagger, brodus clay, wade barrett, ryback, kane, cesaro etc..
Listen son, you need a lesson in quality over quantity. Look at pagi's post count to join date, then look at yours. When pagi makes a post, everyone knows it will be big. It's kind of like a Rock appearance. In a lot of ways, pagi is the Rock of this board. You on the other hand, are more like the Funaki of this board.