WWE Rumors: WWE signing more Cruiserweight Classic competitors to full time contracts
The tournament is past the first round now
Full details about the promised Cruiserweight division are yet to be disclosed but it looks like WWE officials are keen on building the division soon on Raw after the success of the Cruiserweight Classic aired on WWE Network.
As noted before, WWE is looking to sign multiple talents on a full-time basis who took part in the CWC tournament, and they have already taken the first step by offering contracts to many of the participants.
As reported by Pro Wrestling Sheet, TJ Perkins, Cedric Alexander, Noam Dar, Akira Tozawa and Zack Sabre Jr are some of the names among others who have been offered full time contracts by the company.
However, the site also reports that one of the strongest candidates in the CWC, Zack Sabre Jr., has already declined the offer due to personal reasons but is still expected to join the division anytime next year.
According to other reports, many other stars like Kota Ibushi, Gran Metalik, Johnny Gargano and Tomasso Ciampa were also offered contracts which they have already signed, but Kota Ibushi denied the rumors during a recent interview saying that he hasn't inked any deal yet.
How or when the promised division will come into play is yet to be seen but it's sure that if any of these rumored stars join the division then fans will witness some breathtaking high-flying action on Monday nights.