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Update on Potential WWE Cruiserweight Tournament

Current backstage sources are reporting WWE is planning a sort-of cruiserweight tournament, featured exclusively on the WWE Network. The idea behind the tournament, which is itself, subject to change and even dismissal, would be to showcase talents working below the 205 lb marker. 56 more words

Pro Wrestling News

Editorial: Rumors and Speculation On A WWE Network Cruiserweight Show

Pretty much since the WWE Network has debuted, a rumored show has been discussed by fans and reporters alike. The rumor was that a Cruiserweight themed show would debut at some stage featuring smaller talent with a more high flying and fast paced presentation. 457 more words

WWE Network

Titles That Need A Return To WWE

By Cian O’Carroll

Championships are great when handled correctly. There should only be one world champion in my opinion as anything over that number defeats the purpose of having one in the first place. 660 more words

WWE

The top 5 best and worst WWE Cruiserweight Champions in history!

Top 5 Best/Worst Cruiserweight Champions in WWE History!

by Callum ‘Guru’ Walters

Hello Internet people! Callum ‘Guru’ Walters has returned this time to countdown the top 5 best and worst WWE Cruiserweight Champions in history! 2,173 more words

Wrestling

Archive: Geordie Roar?

In a week that has seen Eddie Hearn steadily announce a card for May 30 that could well be the British bill of the year, he will end it by putting on one of the worst. 513 more words

Boxing

Africa Wrestling Alliance results, April 13

Africa Wrestling Alliance – Rumble in the Big Top, McLaren Circus Big Top, Jan Burger Sports Centre, Parow, South Africa, April 13:
(Results supplied by Zimbo Awa) 38 more words

King in the Ring 86 Trans-Tasman 8 Man Tournament Preview

Just fourteen days after taking out the Super 8, Israel Adesanya is back to defend his 2014 King in the Ring cruiserweight title.

It was a rainy night last August when Adesanya defeated Slava Alexeichik, Pati Afoa and Jamie Eades to claim the belt and officially announce himself to the mainstream of New Zealand. 863 more words

Combat Sports