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7. David Arquette

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Yes we know that this man should NEVER have had the WCW World Heavyweight Championship and the booking at that promotion’s timeframe could be considered among the worst in wrestling history.  Still, Arquette’s cross promotion did bring attention to WCW and his on screen persona was better than half of the roster at the time.  Arquette likely knows he had no business being the Champion but considering that he at least respected the industry and that the WCW World Title had a small fraction of worth left, it could have been much worse.  Actually, wasn’t it when Vince Russo was the champ?

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0 #1 Dr Clayton Forrester -0001-11-29 19:00
I just can't see this happening. It would be endorsing and owning the World Title reign he had and devalue the belt WWE currently uses on Smackdown. There is no up side to this venture.
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