The fruit roll up Universal title and Brock's subsequent disappearance. An IC Championship match on the Wrestlemania Pre-Show. No IC Championship match at Summer Slam. The Cruiserweight title in it's first year on the Wrestlemania Pre-Show. The Cruiserweight title in it's first year on the Summer Slam Pre-Show. 5 minutes for Smackdown's Women's Championship at Wrestlemania. Jinder Mahal as WWE Champion. Expecting 205Live to be a success when it's the 6th hour of television in 48 hours. Three tag teams on RAW. The Usos and New Day saying the rest of SD's tag division sucks. Fatal 5 ways after Fatal 5 ways for the Women. Tag Team divisions with no depth. Having to bring in AJ to fill in for TLC. No IC, Tag Team, or Universal title match at TLC. Nia Jax walking. Aries, and Neville quitting. These are all things that can be attributed to too many titles and the wrong brand split. So what is the right brand split? One that strengthens divisions, one that gives underutilized talent room to grow, one that creates distinctly different shows between RAW and SD. RAW - WWE World Heavyweight Championship, Intercontinental Championship, United States Championship SD - Women's World Championship, Cruiserweight Championship, World Tag Team Championship Smackdown becomes a show patterned after NXT and would rely on a heavy use of stables, factions, duos, and loners. Depending on the matchup any Championship defense could main event a PPV. The Cruiserweights are the best athletes in wrestling, tag teams have had numerous MOTY candidates this year, and the show can afford room to more than just one multi-women match. A distinctly different show from RAW. Also, all things Vince has demonstrated he doesn't care about. RAW becomes the singles show, loaded with depth, but initially no stables. Instead managers feature strongly. A show where everyone is out for themselves and no one trusts anyone. The US Champ wants to be IC Champ and the IC Champ wants to be World Champ. A show where guys have to work their way up through the ranks. In a way a super division. A distinctly different feel from SDLive. I'm trying to not get too granular, because I'd be here all day with details of creative booking, but yes talent would be able to switch shows but the purpose of which would be clear in mind. In this brand split the two shows would function like territories. If Jason Jordan pops up on SD it's probably to reunite with Gable and chase the tag titles. AJ Styles could drop weight in his chase to hold as many titles as possible. If Ryder turns on Mojo he's probably headed to RAW. These are fresher scenarios than just simply switching shows. Also SD's MITB briefcase would rotate year-to-year between its divisions. RAW's MITB briefcase would remain a shot at the WWEWHC. MITB would be a Big 5 show as pointed out in Part 1.