Okay, not actually stealing the name, but the concept is something I think RAW desperately needs. It's accepted now that RAW isn't going to go back to a 2 hour show -- which is widely wanted by almost everyone -- because of the money they get from the extra hour. Because of how long the show is, we're continually stuck with filler segments at some point which mean nothing; they usually consist of Fandango matches. The IC title and the US title clearly mean nothing and WWE still has no plans to utilise those divisions, so why not scrap one of them, promote the other as the under-title to the WWE World Heavyweight belt, and have a cruiserweight division filled with fantastic matches? Filler segments are fine if the matches are actually of quality and there are some feud there for the crowd to care about. I'm sure it's a perfect division for those vanilla midgets in NXT to showoff their skills without having to work too much on their characters (Adrian Neville comes to mind). Would anyone want to see this again? Sometimes when there are talented wrestlers signed and we all get excited (Zayn for example), we know straight away they're never going to be pushed as world champions (or it's very unlikely), so we're sort of accustomed to the idea that they're forever going to be stuck in the midcard being wasted, like Kofi Kingston for example. TNA's X-Division at one point was the main attraction to the product. TNA fans will tell you how damn good that was at its peak and how important it was to the whole company, so don't think it's a concept that has no importance. TNA has let it drop and coincidentally the product isn't as good. If you have more than one division that is thriving, it makes it much easier for the fans to watch for longer periods -- something we really have to do in WWE now with the amount of content they are producing -- and really gives the younger wrestlers a chance to show what they can do without the huge pressures of main eventing. Let's discuss this.