Predicting WWE's champions at the end of 2018
Here's what 2018 may hold for us...
Predicting the future in WWE is not an easy task.
2017 was a very unpredictable year. Who would have guessed that Jinder Mahal would become WWE Champion in 2017? 2018 is expected to be even more unpredictable.
But making these predictions is what being a WWE fan is all about. We all love to predict the PPV results beforehand and compare that to the original results.
Predicting the future is no easy task, but I have decided to take a fun little jab at it and name the wrestlers who will reign supreme at the end of the year.
If you feel I have missed out someone, then please feel free to voice out your opinions in the comments section below.
#10 WWE United Kingdom Champion - Pete Dunne
This may be the most difficult title to predict at the moment. This is largely due to the fact that the title has very rarely been defended. Pete Dunne won the title from Tyler Bate in a classic match. Sadly, the title has not been given the importance it deserves.
The prospects of a TV show centered around the UK scene seems to have died down. Many people are suggesting the UK title to become a secondary title on NXT. That may actually add some relevance back into the title. Maybe we’ll see someone from NXT win the title.
But as of now, I feel that Pete Dunne is the best man for the job.