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WWE News: Daniel Bryan will host the WWE Cruiserweight Classic

Sudhir Bose
SENIOR ANALYST
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1.26K   //    22 Jun 2016, 19:49 IST
A better choice? There is none!

We knew Daniel Bryan would return in some form or another, and with what we are told at this moment, it couldn’t be more befitting. The former WWE World Heavyweight Champion has been announced as one of the hosts of WWE’s Cruiserweight Classic, along with Mauro Ranallo.

WWE released this official statement:

The WWE Cruiserweight Classic will be hosted by WWE Legend Daniel Bryan and the voice of WWE SmackDown Mauro Ranallo.

The WWE Cruiserweight Classic will premiere Wednesday, July 13 at 9 PM ET exclusively on WWE Network. The 10-week tournament will air every Wednesday night and culminate with a live two-hour special on Wednesday, September 14.

Triple H offered his thoughts on the historic tournament, saying, “We scoured the globe to find 32 of the best Cruiserweights to compete in this inaugural tournament. These performers will be given an unprecedented opportunity to showcase their elite athleticism and unbridled passion across WWE's global platforms.”

The WWE Cruiserweight Classic is a 32-man, single-elimination tournament that will feature the best cruiserweights from all over the world including Rich Swann, Johnny Gargano, Cedric Alexander and Tommaso Ciampa from the United States, Kota Ibushi and Akira Tozawa from Japan, Zack Sabre, Jr from England, Noam Dar from Scotland, Ho Ho Lun and Jason Lee from Hong Kong, Gran Metalik from Mexico, Tyson Dux from Canada, Da Mack from Germany, Damian Slater from Australia and many more.

WWE Network will also air an exclusive Cruiserweight Classic special entitled CWC: Bracketology on Wednesday, July 6 at 9 PM ET.

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