Ever since WrestleMania has passed they've really made it a point to have the mid-card titles be held in a higher regard, like they once were. Hell, the U.S title was even defended in the main event of a PPV not too long ago. I've come up with an idea to really drive home the emphasis on the mid-card titles. Why not have the winner of next year's Royal Rumble challenge one of the mid-card champions? Seeing as there is no more World Heavyweight title anymore it's been petty easy to narrow it down to who's going to win the Rumble, and challenge for the WWEWHC. If the winner of the Rumble challenged either Owens or Del Rio it'd really widen the pool for winners, and add a little more mystique back to the PPV. I'm not saying limit the choices to only have the 'lesser' titles be options, but let them be factored into the equation. I.E: Daniel Bryan is cleared again, comes back at the Rumble, and wins the match. The following night he tells everyone that it's ultimately his choice to pick who he wants to face, and decides to challenge Kevin Owens because he feels like he never lost the I.C title to begin with. It's a win-win because it gives a lot of fans what they want, kicks off what'd be a good, sensible feud, and the WWEWHC title picture would still be unknown.