It's become apparent to everyone that NXT is gaining more and more popularity as the days go by. More people are taking advantage of the 1st Month Free deal with the Network at the right times, and because of this, they're getting a lot of good exposure to the perfect blend of old school territory, new school indies, and WWE production that NXT has to offer. And as time continues to go by, NXT keeps cycling through top champion after top champion to figure out who is ready for the single's call up. But what about guys who have popularity but aren't exactly the ones you want flying the main banner? What about guys you want to take a closer look at but not feature as THE guy? Or one that you're not quite sure is the next guy, so you give him something as sort of a test subject? Well, that's where a secondary title comes into play. Imagine if NXT had a mid-card/secondary title during the Tyler Breeze era, or when Tyson Kidd was running his #FACT promos. It would've perfectly been acceptable for them to give them those titles and feature them more and give fans a champion they can see more frequently than a Finn Balor while also not degrading the title Balor has. Imagine what a guy like Apollo Crews or Baron Corbin can do when given a mid-card title. I'm sure that one will come in time, and I'm waiting for it... but I feel as if right now would be a great time to start investing in guys to fill that NXT Mid-Card role. Also, when the title does come in... what do you call it? Do you keep that sort-of old school feel going and name it the Television title? Do you name it after someone like Dusty Rhodes? Do you make an Internet title a legit thing? Could the decision on a name be a reason why there currently isn't an NXT Mid-Card title? What do you think?