I know there are a lot inconsistencies and plot holes in wwe as mentioned in another thread but the weirdest thing for me is the cruiserweights. How come there is no interaction between the cruiserweights and the rest of the roster. Are they in their own parallel world ?
Post by Christian Small on Mar 16, 2017 12:46:07 GMT -5
I don't think it's a bad thing. Think about it in terms of boxing or MMA, if you're a fighter you pretty much focus on your own weight class and the others don't exist to you as you're focused on your potential opponents.
Post by Christian Small on Mar 17, 2017 13:26:46 GMT -5
At the same time those matches are just a interesting as the stories pre-written, how will this smaller guy over come this massive monster. And it's not like they can't produce good matches, I remember Rey vs. Taker from the Rumble in 2010. That was a classic match and the size didn't hurt the match at all.
Post by TolerancEJ on Mar 20, 2017 10:29:48 GMT -5
You have a point. Cruiserweights don't seem to have interaction with the main roster.
Cruiserweights have shown up on NXT occasionally. 2 weeks ago, Shinsuke Nakamura's return match was Vs. TJ Perkins.
Maybe when the UK program gets underway, we could see more crossover instances. Just about all of the UK Tournament roster fit the weight limit of the WWE Cruiserweight Division. In particular, Pete Dunne bills himself as a Bruiserweight & his weight is 205.