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X-Division Championship[edit]

In regards to this edit [1]... I understand moving the title to the "Divisional" field due to the title's name, however, one could argue that the title is more of a secondary championship similar to the IC and U.S. titles of WWE. The reason being for that argument is that there is no actual division for the championship such as light heavyweight or women's. --UnquestionableTruth-- 22:59, 19 March 2009 (UTC)

Yeah, I can kind of agree, since it has always been a secondary seeming title, but since the X Division has recently been an afterthought and since it is called a division, why not just have it under division for now. The title isn't pushed as a secondary title much anymore.--WillC---(What the F*** have you done lately???!!) 23:11, 19 March 2009 (UTC)
It is not how the title is currently being treated that determines its status. --UnquestionableTruth-- 23:16, 19 March 2009 (UTC)
I still think it should be in divisional. It is in the X Division, though it doesn't exist, and is called the TNA X Division Championship, plus has spawned other X Division Championships. Also had multiple champions from the X Division, just look at List of TNA X Division Champions (I just wanted to use any link I could that had X division in it to annoy you).--WillC---(What the F*** have you done lately???!!) 23:30, 19 March 2009 (UTC)
But thats just it. As my argument pointed above, the X-Division isn't a division at all. Its only a style of wrestling like high flying, lucha libre, or hardcore. You read the article, you should know. There isn't a requirement that must be filled for one to compete for such title, which is what divisional means. If the title is not a divisional title then there is no reason to place it in the divisional field. --UnquestionableTruth-- 23:55, 19 March 2009 (UTC)

Oka, okay, okay, put it as secondary when this template is merged with the TNA Wrestling one. I don't give a fuck what is done here, I'm just bored. Also, I mean it, I wouldn't give a fuck because I need all I can get. lol--WillC---(What the F*** have you done lately???!!) 00:00, 20 March 2009 (UTC)