WWE Title Change: Tyler Bate Wins United Kingdom Championship | Smark Out Moment

WWE Title Change: Tyler Bate Wins United Kingdom Championship

Posted by Anthony Mango Sunday, January 15, 2017
The WWE United Kingdom Championship has been granted to Tyler Bate who was victorious in the finals of the United Kingdom Championship Tournament against Pete Dunne on January 15, 2017.

My immediate reaction: I would have gone with Mark Andrews myself, but Tyler Bate quickly proved himself a capable babyface to take the reigns instead and I'm totally cool with this. Pete Dunne as champion would have been a bit of a downer to end things on, although it's clear they value him quite a lot and he'll be champion somewhere down the line. Now the question is what they'll do with this championship going forward.

Click the following links for the full list of title changes for this year and the list of current champions and my predictions for who will take the belts away from them.

What do you think of Tyler Bate winning the United Kingdom Championship?
Who will be the next champion?

Tell us your thoughts, booking ideas and predictions in the comments below!

WWE title changes for championships news reports
THIS POST WRITTEN BY: ANTHONY MANGO

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