The WWE Championship and World Heavyweight Championship are the two biggest prizes in the WWE today.
These titles are considered the main event titles in the WWE which, excluding a few minor exceptions, are reserved for the biggest stars in the company.
Of course, not every Superstar will get a shot at these titles and are condemned to the mid-card for the majority of their careers.
Let's take a look at the current WWE stars who may never hold either of the biggest prizes in the wrestling world.
I don't think that these two will ever be seen as individuals, which is one of the harsh realities of being twin wrestlers.
These two have great ability and chemistry in the ring so it's likely they will be around for a while in terms of the Tag Team Division, but don't expect to see either going solo any time soon.
And please WWE, don't ever consider having them feud with each other.
Has there ever been anyone in the WWE as boring as Heath Slater? He really is vanilla.
Moveset? Plain. Gimmick? Terrible. Crowd reaction? Non-existant.
The WWE would never be able to put their eggs in this guy's basket and to be honest it would be a travesty if he was contending for any title in the WWE.
If he's not out of the WWE in a year, I'd be very surprised.
I really like Justin Gabriel. I think he's a likeable character and he has a great moveset.
There's something about Justin Gabriel that reminds me of Billy Kidman that leads me to think that he will only compete in the tag team division or for a mid-card title.
Despite this, I'd love to see him lead the way on a new Cruiserweight Division, which all of us in the IWC have been begging for.
It's well-documented on Bleacher Report that no one ever expected Cody Rhodes to be the more successful member of Legacy.
Where Cody Rhodes is destined to be a future main eventer, Ted DiBiase is more likely to spend the remainder of his career in the mid-card.
A month or so ago, everyone was expecting some sort of turn around in Ted Dibiase's career, as he began a long overdue feud with his former partner and in the process turned face. Alas, this feud was cut excruciatingly short and suddenly Ted was nowhere to be seen again.
I'd be surprised if Ted was still in the company in a year or so, let alone competing for titles.
Woo woo woo, unfortunately you know it, Bro.
Zack Ryder has had a great year. Thanks to his YouTube show he found himself a following, and that following basically forced him onto WWE programming.
He started the year as a WWE Superstars regular but has now made his way into the U.S. Title picture, however I think this is as far as Zack Ryder will ever go.
When I look at Zack Ryder, I see a quirky character with average in-ring ability who I really like. Unfortunately I don't see someone who would be able to carry the company anytime in the future.
I think I could be taking a bit of criticism for this one but genuinely I don't see R-Truth ever holding one of the big titles.
He's part of great storyline at the moment, and it has really given him a chance to give some great promos, but I don't see him ever being the top guy in the company.
Let's not forget that Truth is coming up to 40 now, so his career will surely start winding down in the near future.
I want to hear what you have to say on my ideas. Is there anyone I've missed from the list? Is there anyone who shouldn't be on the list? Get commenting.