I feel there is a problem with the current title picture in the WWE. The World Heavyweight Championship and the WWE Championship are portrayed as being of equal importance, but I'm pretty sure everyone knows they aren't.
The WWE Championship is the most important title in the business, even if the belt itself looks like John Cena and The Godfather collectively threw it up.
My solution: bring back the WWE Cruiserweight Championship.
With the Cruiserweight Championship back on the scene, we can have the fast-paced high-flying younger stars compete for it, while the behemoths like Big Show and John Cena can fight for the World Heavyweight Championship.
In this scenario, the WWE Championship is officially the supreme ruler of titles, and it can be the strap that wrestlers of all shapes and sizes work for.
The following are the people who can not only benefit from bringing back the a real cruiserweight division, but also give us something new to be excited about.
There is no one in the WWE who looks happier to be on TV than Yoshi Tatsu.
With ability and style reminiscent of Taka Michinoku, the Cruiserweight Championship could give us a reason to see someone with this much in-ring talent on screen a bit more.
With virtually no opportunity given to him on the mic, Tatsu needs a reason to be relevant to avoid getting "future endeavored."
Trent Barreta is another superstar on the verge of losing his admittedly shaky footing in the WWE.
While he may not be your typical idea of a cruiserweight, his top-rope ability and mat skill are both much higher than he is given credit for.
I can't imagine the creative team ever letting him go over on the likes of Kane, but I can see him having a decent run with the Cruiserweight Championship in an attempt to solidify himself with the WWE machine.
What we have here is the ideal high-flying babyface.
Justin Gabriel gets cheers even if he never says a word, and watching him go to the top rope is a work of art.
There is only one finishing maneuver I can think of that impresses me more than the beauty that is the 450 splash...
...and this is it.
Evan "Air" Bourne is so exciting in the ring that he can carry even the worst of talent to a decent match.
The Air Bourne (honestly, why can't we just call it a shooting star press?) may be a bit easier to predict than someone with this kind of speed would dictate, but there is no denying that it is an impressive spectacle.
Other than his current run with the Tag Team Championship, Bourne has never been given a chance to shine. I, for one, would love for this to be his first run with a singles title.
I feel I have to put Primo, Hunico and Epico in the same group.
While I don't mean to diminish the individual talent of any of these men, their new potential Latino stable pretty much ties them all together.
If they can maintain their cohesiveness, they could rule both the tag team and cruiserweight divisions for a lengthy period, and ensure their respective jobs at the same time.
If ever there was a man the WWE Cruiserweight Championship was designed for, that man is Sin Cara.
His in-ring ability is beyond that of nearly any other superstar in recent memory (with the exception of seemingly being accident prone), and he exudes charisma without ever touching a microphone.
With his current track record, we may never see Sin Cara in a WWE ring again. If we got a chance to see a return of cruiserweight division, however, he could rule it from the proverbial (and literal) sky.
Tyson Kidd would add something to the cruiserweight division that few of the other superstars could—a solid ground game.
As far as submission-wrestling and technical skill go in-ring, very few people his size (or any other for that matter) have as solid a foundation.
He can make nearly any other superstar look good in the ring, and still manages to pull off some impressive stunts from the top ropes.
Yes, he is the current World Heavyweight Champion. In this mythical universe, however, he never would have been.
Please don't take this as me bashing the American Dragon. I'm as impressed with him as any other fan of technical wrestling and pure talent.
His problem is he is always going to be the underdog. People will never see him the way they see John Cena or Randy Orton.
In a division of guys his size, he could be the most dominant force in the industry.
I feel these are the men who could make up the core of what would possibly be the most exciting division in the WWE.
Not to mention guys like Rey Mysterio, CM Punk, JTG and middle-sized guys like Dolph Ziggler and Zack Ryder.
Did I miss anyone? Feel free to comment below!