Yes, all of these men deserve the Hall of Fame slot. I will not argue here. However, some of these men will be remembered not for their World championships, but for the stories and other accomplishments. Matt Tastic is the greatest Mayhem competitor of all time. Record holding 4x Mayhem champion. Competed against some of the best Mayhem competitors, like Alex Bowen, Steamboat Ricky, and Vega, and beat them all. Titus is the longest reigning Eurasian champion, the original babyface of WZCW, one of, if not, the best face in WZCW history, and just one of the best characters ever. For the short time Big Will was around, he accomplished quite a bit. His feud with Gus over the Elite championship might be one of the brighter spots of the dark era. Probably the first proper feud. He was a good RPer, did well to win a Lottery, and finally took the belt away from Joseph Rios. He faded away since the World title win, but admittedly, he is one of the better guys who was around, and if he came about in the Golden era, or even now, he'd be a World title contender for sure. Here is where we start diving into the Celeste Crimson territory - remembering the character for being an influential character with not much to their name. Vengeance, since debuting, was a very good RPer, and always managed to keep himself in a title picture. He was in the first two King for a Day matches. He challenged for the Elite X, Eurasian, and World championships on multiple occasions, with the feud against Showtime for the Eurasian title in a Best out of Three series being a highlight, as well as his match against Everest for the World title in a Buried Alive Match. Following this, he teamed up with Ty Burna, and the two became a wrecking ball force that nobody could stop, eventually leading to the World title run... however, the World title reign lasted only PPV cycle, as he lost the belt to Ty Burna in the first ever Hell in a Cell match at Unscripted II. That was Vengeance's last match. He had a good career, had some memorable moments, and was the original demonic character in the fed. However, since then, Ty Burna has taken the mantle as the best demonic character WZCW has ever seen. He has overshadowed Vengeance completely, despite Vengeance being the character to really push Ty to the main event scene. Dr. Zeus, The Beard, Dorian Slaughter... all of these disturbing characters really cemented their names in WZCW with World title wins. However, out of all those names, Ty Burna is only truly deserving of a Hall of Fame spot. Not Zeus. Not Beard. Not Slaughter... yet, Vengeance gets in? Why? Because we remember him as a great character? Because he has a cult following? Don't get me wrong, I love me some Vengeance. Excellent character with a good, short career. Started well, ended well... but he only ever accomplished a World title. One title. Same as Celeste Crimson. Granted, Celeste only won the Tag belt, but it's still only one title. Celeste Crimson was remembered as fondly, and is as influential as Vengeance (i.e. Vengeance was to dark characters as Celeste was to female characters). She had just as many memorable moments, like being at the forefront of the Team WZCW vs. Apostles of Chaos storyline, the amazing Chris K.O. vs. Celeste Crimson feud for the Eurasian championship, and being apart of the first power couple of WZCW between Steven Holmes & Celeste Crimson with that shock reveal after feuding with him. Also, the fact that she competed at the very first show in WZCW, 10 YEARS AGO, and is now competing at Kingdom Come, in the current day, even if it is a one-off showing... that's impressive. That's very impressive. Nobody else has done that. In fact, I could classify that as an achievement. The only thing differentiating Vengeance & Celeste is the caliber of title they held, which both only held for one PPV cycle with no defenses. Celeste had the tag. Vengeance had the World. World > Tag. To me, this is the only distinction, because both characters are as influential as each other, and had as many memorable moment as each other. Whilst Vengeance's career was small, it was packed full of stuff. Celeste is more spread out, yes, but god damnit, 10 years between her first and possibly last match? Dude... that's unheard of in any e-fed. I feel if you put Vengeance in, you put Celeste Crimson in.