WWE News: TLC will feature another Cruiserweight segment
The Cruiserweights now have three segments on the pay-per-view.
What's the story?
WWE TLC is set to feature another segment from the Cruiserweights, making it their third appearance of the night. The segment is set to take place at the Kick-off show and will have Drew Gulak host a Championship Edition of his Powerpoint Presentation.
In case you didn't know...
WWE TLC already featured two Cruiserweight matches on the card, with Kalisto set to defend his title against Enzo Amore, and Brian Kendrick and Jack Gallagher set to resolve their differences with Cedric Alexander and Rich Swann in a Tag Team Match.
Drew Gulak has put on display a never-ending collection of Powerpoint Presentations on 205 Live with regards to the rules that he believes the audience and wrestlers should follow. These rules included making 205 Live a No-Fly zone, and also introducing a 'No Chants' policy.
The heart of the matter
Drew Gulak will present a new Championship Edition of his Powerpoint Presentation on the preshow of TLC, where he will presumably introduce his latest policy.
On 205 Live he said that he wanted to help make the show 'Drewtopia', a safe place where his 'children' (WWE fans) would be free from the dangers of top rope dives as well as chants. The fans did not quite like this idea and expressed their displeasure when Drew reminded them of what he had done the previous week to Akira Tozawa when the former hit him with the 'No Chants' signboard.
He went on to announce that he would put on a presentation on TLC.
Drew Gulak will be on the Kick-off show of TLC, and there is a huge chance that Tozawa will take the opportunity to get revenge on the man who attacked him before their match even started.
There was a time when the Cruiserweight division would have been lucky to have just their championship match in a pay-per-view.
Things have now changed for the division with three Cruiserweight segments featuring on the WWE Raw Exclusive TLC pay-per-view. It will be interesting to see how these changes turn out to work for WWE.
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