5 WWE Superstars who could improve the Cruiserweight division
205 Live has a lot of problems, but a few of them can be fixed by adding some fresh names to the mix.
WWE's Cruiserweight division has plenty of talented Superstars who can put on five-star matches under the right circumstances, but 205 Live is lacking in star power.
The top stars of the division are Neville, Austin Aries, TJ Perkins and Rich Swann, none of whom could be called main event-level Superstars. They need someone with a little name recognition to bring more eyes to the product.
Today's wrestling fans are more fickle than they used to be. Raw talent often isn't enough to make someone want to watch another hour of wrestling on Tuesday nights.
Having one or two former world champions mingle with the Cruiserweights for a period of time would create interest in the product, which would, in turn, give the rest of the division a chance to impress new viewers.
This slideshow will look at five Superstars from Raw and SmackDown who would make valuable additions to the 205 Live roster.
#5 Tyler Breeze
Tyler Breeze might not be the biggest name on the SmackDown roster, but he has a large fanbase of people who have been following his career since his days in NXT.
The Fashion Police gimmick only recently began to take off with a Law & Order parody, but one good segment doesn't mean the character can last forever, especially in today's environment.
Breeze, once he is done with Fandango, should move to the cruiserweight division where his talents will be more appreciated than they have been on SmackDown since he was drafted.
Prince Pretty had a great gimmick before he was put with Fandango, and his charisma would help add some variety to the group of characters establishing themselves on 205 Live.