Should WWE revive the Cruiserweight title?

Discussion in 'General WWE' started by Baraa, Jan 21, 2013.

  1. I think they desperately need to bring back the Cruiserweight title, it will do wonders to many young talents in the current roster.

    Guys like Tyson Kidd, Justin Gabriel and many others will benefit a lot if it was actually revived.

  2. I wouldn't mind it but there's already enough titles.
  3. Instead of restricting it to a certain size/weight, maybe have a TV Champion, and only have it defended on RAW and/or Smackdown. That would ensure great matches on TV that mean something, involving guys like those mentioned.
  4. Yes, yes, yes. A lot of unused talent would fit right in with the division. Tatsu, Hunico, Ryder, Kidd, Gabriel, etc.
  5. They can unify the US title with the IC title, I see the CW title a lot more important than the US title now.
  6. If they drop one of the other midcard titles, sure. Can't say it'd be that beneficial though, since they tend to don't care about the midcard, you know, so something like Hornswoggle as champ could very well happen. But some fast-paced matches with underused cruiserweight talent can't hurt.
  7. id like it to happen id like them to do what wcw did and have them dominate the first hour of raw would improve the overall quality of the show if done correctly
  8. Yeah I think the crusierweight belt would be good right now because they have some cruiserweights now & some on the way as well. I think it's a good alternative to the tag team division. However I don't think that WWE would have time for the division, they barely make time for the tag team division other than a Hell No & Rhodes Scholars match. Not often do we see other tag teams on Raw
  9. They have plenty of time actually, 3 hours RAW is very long time and unfortunately , they waste half of it on crap segments and meaningless matches.
  10. A lot of guys would benefit from this but wwe never really cared about this division in the first place and its not like theses guys would be on ppv maybe on pre show.