The TNA TV title (former global, Legends and whatnot) is supposed to be TNA's mid card belt, the stepping stone to the main event and the big leagues. Sadly it seems like both TNA and WWE have forgotten that art as of late, with midcard belts seemingly being lost in the shuffle of the main events. Both companies could work on refocusing the ways that they use their mid card titles but lets focus on the TV title in this thread. By simple booking logic the TV title should be a gateway title between the mid card and main event, not bound by a weight limit like a X-division or light heavyweight belt. It's the belt that should be worn by a up and comer so that the company can see how he works as a champion so they can decide if they want to launch him into the main event, a proving ground of sorts. The champ would then drop it to either another up and comer or a gatekeeper to move up into the main event scene. This would mean that the title is prestigious and important, at the moment it is more like Devon's belt buckle. I don't even think that Devon is announced as the TV champ right now which is wrong. They need to build the rep of the TV title up again so that when Devon drops it to an up and comer (ideally Magnus) it will mean something and show that Magnus or whoever takes it is set for something big and isn't just a champion on paper. How would you go about booking the TV title so that it is a prominent and good part of the impact show and structure?