Barrett is probably the most deserving star on the roster to at least hold a world title. He should have had it in the Nexus days but they refused that, then he was feuding with Orton instead of the WHC on SmackDown, and now he's been given this MMA type gimmick but instead of weekly promos -- which is Barrett's speciality -- they give him matches against jobbers the crowd don't care about and actually make it competitive. No wonder there were "boring" chants during RAW. No idea what this "open for business" gimmick is yet, I'm sure we'll find out eventually. The fact he's on RAW is good but that segment definitely did more damage than good. Personally I still want him in a Heyman stable but I think that idea is safely dead now. Give him mic time and relatively short matches and he's okay. Long matches with no meaning will just bore the crap out of everyone because Barrett is certainly no Daniel Bryan in the ring.