WWE Rumours: WWE not planning to split the WWE World Heavyeright Title
With the telecast of first ever Live Smackdown this past Tuesday, WWE has already taken the big step which is bound to change the present state of the company in a big way. However, even after the lines between the both leading brands has been drawn and the rosters have been split up, there are lots of questions that are left unanswered.
One such big question is how WWE is going to handle the WWE championship. It has not been made clear yet if the WWE champion will have the privilege to appear on both shows or if they will introduce a separate World title to equal things up between their brands.
While what WWE has planned for the championships in the long term is yet to be revealed, thanks to allwrestlingnews.com we may now have some insight on how they are going to deal with the lack of a prime champion on Raw in the short term since the WWE Champion Dean Ambrose has been drafted to Smackdown.
According to the site, WWE's scheduling committee has been told that the WWE Champion will be appearing on both Raw and Smackdown, meaning that regardless of which former shield member walks out as a champion from the Battleground PPV, the WWE championship will be the top prize for the members of both rosters at least for now.
However, the feeling within the company is that this system is not made for long term and they are still planning to have separate championships for each brand after the Summerslam PPV.