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As some more background for how this list was conducted, we must first look at how the title reigns have shaped up since Jan. 1, 2007.
Over the last five years, the WWE has had 67 world champions crowned. There have been 37 World Heavyweight Championship reigns, and 30 WWE Championship reigns.
The average length for a World Heavyweight Championship reign has been 49.32 days, with an average of 7.4 different world champions per year. At 210 days, Sheamus's most recent title reign was the longest over the last five years.
Big Show, Dolph Ziggler, and Jeff Hardy all held the title for less than one complete day, for the shortest reigns.
The average length for a WWE Championship reign has been 60.83 days with an average of six different champions per year.
CM Punk's current well publicized reign of 398 days, has now passed the 380-day reign of John Cena from 2006 into 2007 for the longest reign of the past five years, and is also the longest of the past 25 years.
John Cena, Randy Orton, Triple H, and Rey Mysterio have all had reigns that have lasted less than one full day over the last five years.
For the purposes of this list, I will award 67 total championship reigns to match the number of the last five years. Obviously, that number will likely differ but it is the best way to estimate the amount of reigns for both world titles over the course of the next five years.
I will not specify how many reigns for each individual will be World Heavyweight Championship reigns, and how many will be WWE Championship reigns. Although some may argue one is more prestigious than the other, they are still both considered world championships.
Also for the purposes of this article, I will only be including wrestlers who are currently employed by the WWE. It is entirely possible that someone can come along that is currently employed by a different promotion and become champion, but that is too difficult to predict at this point in time.
Without further ado, here are predictions for the amount of title reigns for each superstar over the next five years.