Watch WWE CruiseWeight Classic Season 1 Episode 8 – CWC 8/31/16 – 31st August 2016 Full Show Online Free
Watch WWE CruiseWeight Classic – CWC Bracketology 8/31/16 – 31st August 2016 – 31/8/2016 Full Show Online Free
The greatest in-ring competitors under 205lbs continue their quest to be called the best cruiserweight in the world.
Source: WWE Network
Resolution: 1280 x 720 @ 29.970 FPS
Video: H.264 @ 4500 kbps
Audio: AAC @ 128 kbps
Size: 1.67 GB
Runtime: 53mn 13sec
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The Cruiserweight Classic, formerly Global Cruiserweight Series, is an upcoming professional wrestling tournament held byWWE with all participants billed at a weight of 205 lbs. or less. Tournament qualifying matches are taking place in various promotions of the independent circuit, including well known promotions such as Revolution Pro Wrestling, Progress Wrestling, and Evolve. Manycruiserweight wrestlers from around the world will have the chance to qualify for the 32-man tournament, which will take place over four dates: June 23, July 13, August 26, and September 14, 2016.
NXT competitors Rich Swann, Tommaso Ciampa and Johnny Gargano along with international standouts Zack Sabre Jr., Noam Dar, Ho Ho Lun and Akira Tozawa were announced for the Cruiserweight Classic, which begins with qualifying matches. Another athlete indicated his participation on April 2 when Lince Dorado announced at an independent show in Orlando, Florida, that he will compete in the series. On April 24 at Progress Wrestling Chapter 29, after Sabre Jr., Jack Gallagher also won his qualifying match, while on May 7 at Evolve 61, TJ Perkins and Drew Gulak also joined the series. On June 11 at Evolve 63, Tony Nese defeated Johnny Gargano, Drew Gulak, T.J. Perkins and Lince Dorado and qualified for the tournament. Two days later, WWE officially announced all 32 wrestlers taking part in the tournament. Originally, Brazilian wrestler Zumbi was scheduled to compete in the Cruiserweight Classic, however, he had issues with his visa that WWE could not clear in time, leading to him being replaced by Mustafa Ali.