WWE’s rollcall of champions looks very strong as we close out 2017, although Sunday's Clash of Champions pay-per-view could yet throw a Jinder Mahal-shaped spanner in the works.
The biggest draw in the industry (Brock Lesnar), the best wrestler in the world (AJ Styles) and the face of the company (Roman Reigns) hold the three most prestigious singles titles.
Further down the card, a pair of teams who have produced career-best work this year are deserving RAW and SmackDown Live Tag Team Champions; the Women’s titles adorn the waists of two of the most well-rounded performers on either brand, and Enzo Amore has shown, in his own unique way, that there is life in the Cruiserweight division after Neville.
And, Baron Corbin - well, there could be far worse United States champions. He should probably thank Orlando Jordan for setting that curve.
However, the championship picture has not always looked so rosy throughout the past 12 months - and there are some title reigns that WWE will want to put behind them as we head into 2018.
Unfortunately, we may not be able to forget them as quickly as WWE do...
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