One of the biggest cons of being a fan is that sometimes you have to deal with fans who are very...let's say impatient. They want the things they want to happen now and if they don't get them, they will complain about it. Obviously, this is not the majority of fans; but it is quite a vocal minority indeed. That is no different when it comes to some of the wrestlers in WWE. Twice in the last two months, there has been disappointment over Braun Strowman and Shinsuke Nakamura's failure to win the world titles of their brands. Whether they were ready for the title or not is a different question, but the more I think about it; the more I wonder: Should every new superstar that wins the fanbase over immediately go to the title scene? This doesn't just go for world titles either, this could also apply to the midcard titles or maybe even the tag team titles. When a new star graduates from NXT, they already have a major fanbase from back in Orlando that would love to see their men or women succeed. Some have, others haven't and for a few...well, that's another story entirely. The casual audience however knows nothing about these people and so while NXT audiences find it amazing that they can finally see them on the main roster, those who don't watch are wondering who this guy or gal is. This is why Asuka's debut vignettes are such a breath of fresh air for me, the casual audience learns about who Asuka is and what she represents; that's how you get someone behind something and I have a feeling it will pay off once she makes her debut this Sunday. On a lesser note, Braun Strowman technically also break this mold slightly. He went from squashing jobbers to having a great feud with Sami Zayn to feuding with Roman Reigns before facing Brock Lesnar for the Universal title. A pretty decent time before challenging for the world title. But what if a wrestler manages to catch over to not just the NXT audience but also the casual audience (like Sami Zayn, Enzo Amore, Kevin Owens, Carmella, Alexa Bliss and of course, Braun Strowman). What then? Once the first feud is done, should we feed them to a champion for the second? Or should we take our time and wait for them to grow their character before we delve deeper. And that's my big question: When a new star enters the roster and wins over the fanbase be in from NXT, the casual or both in only a few months, should they be given a title feud where they have a chance of losing said feud and even momentum?