WWE Title Change: T.J. Perkins Wins Cruiserweight Championship and Cruiserweight Classic Tournament Finals | Smark Out Moment
The finals of the 2016 Cruiserweight Classic tournament crowned not only who would win the trophy and the medals, but the WWE Cruiserweight Championship as well. On September 14, 2016, T.J. Perkins defeated Gran Metalik in the finals to win the tournament and the title.

My immediate reaction: Goddamn this was a fun tournament, and I'm SO happy that Perkins ended up winning the whole thing. There are a few other guys I would have been okay with being crowned the champion (Cedric Alexander, Brian Kendrick, Kota Ibushi, etc) but Perkins very quickly became one of my favorites. Awesome.

Click the following links for the full list of title changes for this year and the list of current champions and my predictions for who will take the belts away from them.

What do you think of T.J. Perkins winning the Cruiserweight Championship?
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