The King has left the building, for good. World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) is known for treating excellent talent horribly and then letting them go. This week, they did it again. “The King of the Cruiserweights,” Neville is reportedly done with the company. The reason, horrible booking.
World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) can only be described by two words, salty and petty. The world’s largest wrestling company is currently in a legal feud with one of the most popular wrestling factions in the world, the Bullet Club.
One week ago, World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Monday Night RAW held their brand exclusive pay-per-view, No Mercy. Overall the show was decent, but there was one glaring result that infuriated many fans. Enzo Amore defeated “The King of the Cruiserweights,” Neville for the WWE Cruiserweight championship.
Many people were not pleased with this result because Amore is not the best wrestler on the roster and feel he is not worthy of having the title. Neville on the other hand, has been carrying the division since the beginning of 2017.
Amore is champion, what’s done is done. The big question is what does this mean for the cruiserweight division and 205 Live?
Over the summer, World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) presented the Mae Young Classic, a 32 woman tournament that would determine who is the best female wrestler in the world. Out of the 32 women in this tournament there was one woman that had a lot of buzz coming into this competition, the Pirate Princess, Kairi Sane.
This year we have seen some of the best wrestling in recent memory. There is so much great talent all over the world, and so many good matches that it is hard to pick just ten. Now some of you might disagree with my list, but these are my personal favorite. I watched many hours of wrestling this year, not just WWE, and I was able to come up with this list. Here you go.