I'm genuinely curious as to why there is no cruiserweight division in WWE. The "X-Division" in TNA has worked wonderfully well and has showcased some of the most entertaining matches in its recent history. It's easy to understand why, because the matches are quick and you naturally get the awesome spots. Smaller guys with more agility can do more in the ring than bigger guys, that's just physics. Now, let's look at WWE's roster and guys who could likely qualify for their cruiserweight division: -Evan Bourne -Tyson Kidd -Kofi Kingston -El Generico -Adrian Neville -Daniel Bryan can hop down into it at times -Jericho could qualify probably -Justin Gabriel -Seth Rollins -Rey Mysterio -Sin Cara -Hunico -Primo -Epico The list goes on. It's STACKED with talented wrestlers who would make that division insanely good; you could argue the potential cruiserweight roster in WWE is better than TNA's. The majority of those wrestlers are simply unused because WWE doesn't know how to. They're put into random tag-teams that don't get over because there is no emphasis on the tag-team division, or they're shoved down to developmental. Imagine a thriving crusierweight division with those names with actual storylines and matches that have time. So, can somebody please tell me why they wouldn't want to do this? Is it simply a case of "No idea" like it is with the tag-team division, because you can argue that those same wrestlers could form some pretty entertaining tag-teams and revamp the hell out of that division ubut WWE yet again choose not to.