5 WWE Superstars who would benefit from joining Titus Worldwide
From his days as a Prime Time Player to his short-lived run as one half of Slater Gator, Titus O’Neil has always been entertaining but never had a gimmick that consistently connected with the WWE audience.
However, since the creation of Titus Worldwide, the former Tag Team Champion has had more meaningful storylines and is in a position now where he can elevate other Superstars on the roster who haven’t been given much of a chance.
Look at Apollo Crews, his first client, who has had increased TV time since aligning with O’Neil after April’s Superstar Shake-up. Or Akira Tozawa, whose storyline as part of Titus Worldwide helped him win the Cruiserweight Championship.
With Titus seemingly always on the lookout for new clients, who else could follow in the footsteps of Crews and Tozawa? In this article, we look at five possible candidates who we could see shouting "WORLDWIDE" into our TV screens next.
#1 Cedric Alexander
Granted, Titus already has a cruiserweight in his ranks with Tozawa, but why not add another? Cedric Alexander can put on the best match on the card but, unless you’re a die-hard Cedric fan, few people are likely to care about it.
An entertainer inside the ring, Alexander hasn’t shown enough intensity outside the ring during his promo segments to make casual fans want to know the outcome of his matches.
As Enzo Amore has so bluntly pointed out recently, Cedric lacks charisma, which is why an alignment with Titus, who can talk the talk outside the ring while his client walks the walk inside the ring, would work perfectly.