WWE News

Undertaker Wants More Titles In WWE (Details)

The Undertaker Article Pic 30 WrestleFeed App

On a recent episode of his ‘Six Feet Under’ podcast, WWF Legend The Undertaker shared his enthusiasm for the company’s new era under Triple H’s leadership.

A notable highlight of his discussion was his call for the introduction of Women’s Intercontinental and United States Championships.

The Phenom praised the depth of WWE’s women’s division, citing talents like Bayley, Becky Lynch, Liv Morgan, Bianca Belair, Tiffany Stratton and Jade Cargill. Despite setbacks like injuries to key stars Rhea Ripley and Charlotte Flair, he emphasized the division’s resilience.

However, The Undertaker didn’t shy away from acknowledging the debate surrounding the absence of mid-card titles for women.

He proposed the creation of Women’s Intercontinental and United States Championships for RAW and SmackDown, respectively, to provide more opportunities for female talent without overcrowding the division.

Here’s what the Deadman had to say:

“The women’s division is really getting good. You got Jade; you got Rhea; you got Charlotte; you’ve got Bayley; you’ve got Naomi. It’s deep. The division is deep.

I would like to see a Women’s Intercontinental Champion, and possibly, because there’s two brands, a Women’s US Champion. I don’t think you need more than that. You don’t need a TV champion.”

His proposal aims to elevate the women’s division by offering more wrestlers a chance to vie for prestigious titles, enhancing storytelling and match quality.

While WWE has introduced a Women’s NXT North American Championship, fans await whether mid-card titles will make their way to the main roster, a longstanding desire in the wrestling community.

WATCH: Kelly Kelly Shows Off Her Super Hot Buns:

To Top