WWE's Cruiserweight division has become somewhat of a sideshow during the weekly episodes of Monday Night RAW.
While also hosting their own weekly program in 205 live, it could be argued that the division only captured the attention of the WWE Universe with the arrival of Neville back at Roadblock in December.
An unusual character
One of the more unique personas in the Cruiserweight division is the Manchester born Gentleman Jack Gallagher.
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The popular British superstar brings a unique character to the WWE and an even more unusual in ring style.
As one of just a handful of British superstars currently competing in the WWE, Gallagher attracts a lot of attention from the British fans.
Now the fans will have a chance to learn more about the WWE's first ever Manchester born superstar as a documentary which followed him through arguably the biggest part of his life is set to air.
Entitled "An Extraordinary Gentleman", the documentary which chronicles the rise of Gallagher through several British promotions before his arrival in WWE will premiere in Manchester in November.
The film will follow Gallagher as he was on the cusp of joining the WWE for the Cruiserweight Classic.
It will feature interviews from the man himself plus friends, family and even some of his biggest rivals.
Surely set to tell an interesting story, the film crew had unlimited access to Gallagher during his preparations for the Cruiserweight Classic and beyond.
Gallagher is currently in an interesting position on 205 Live as the entire Cruiserweight division is currently divided by their polarising new champion Enzo Amore.
New champion - new chaos
Amore won the title after defeating Neville at No Mercy in controversial circumstances and paid the price for it the next night on RAW.
Confronted by the entire Cruiserweight division, Amore would be the victim of a beat down at the hands of Neville, then Braun Strowman, then the entire division.
Monday night, Amore appeared a lot tamer than normal during a backstage interview in which he didn't say a word and appeared to be in a total state of shock when asked for his response to the actions of the Cruiserweights last week.
He would then go on to reveal a clause which would say that any Cruiserweight that touched him on RAW would be instantly fired.
No existing Cruiserweight would interact with Amore, but the newest member of the division was exempt from the rule as RAW General Manager Kurt Angle that he has signed Kalisto from Smackdown Live.
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