Interesting concept, but the whole idea of "deals" at this moment in time doesn't sit right with me. If they had done trades at the beginning of the whole split, I woundn't mind seeing a deal for the tag team titles.
I'd rather see things congeal a little before changing anything. Let the shows develope their sense of self, see how Bubba and Bradshaw float as singles, bring in new talent, etc.
Then smash the anthill and watch the little buggers run! Muhahahaha!
Much as I'm hardly a supporter of Bischoff, I don't think it's the lack of a decent tag scene that really killed WCW, or even Bischoff's involvement WITH WCW. It was his butt-kissing of Hogan and his inability to book objectively with regard to his big stars. Unless you mean he paid a karmic price, wherein he'll be reborn as a jobber playing Ricky Morton against the tag-team of Kawada & Tajiri (He's about to hit me with a front-leg back kick...OWWWWWWW!)
"All I ever asked for in life is an unfair advantage." Microchip, Punisher Annual #2
I thought Kaval did the best promo by far. Aside from repeating WWE Universe an awkward amount, it was a real wrestling interview challenging someone with conviction and talking about pro wrestling stuff naturally.