Cruiserweight Championship match made for Clash of Champions

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Tonight on RAW the Cruiserweights finally arrived after weeks of buildup and they certainly didn't disappoint.

The Cruiserweight Classic is over and T.J. Perkins is the inaugural WWE Cruiserweight Champion and will make his main roster debut at Clash of Champions.

Start with a bang

The Cruiserweights have been advertised for weeks and tonight, four of them were brought out to the ring by commissioner Mick Foley.


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Brian Kendrick, Rich Swann, Gran Metalik and Cedric Alexander all made their in ring debuts tonight in a fatal four way match.

Surprisingly, the winner of the CWC wasn't introduced to the crowd tonight but they did get their first taste of cruiserweight action.

The four CWC superstars went head to head with the winner being granted a Cruiserweight Championship match at Clash of Champions on Sunday.

It was the former WWE tag team champion Brian Kendrick who came out on top after a match which highlighted some very unique offense.

The four men created a match that was unlike anything offered on Monday Night RAW for quite some time.

Kendrick would come out on top though as the 37 year old reintroduced himself to the WWE Universe and will now advance to Sunday for a shot at the title.

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