WWE Title Change: Akira Tozawa Wins Cruiserweight Championship on Raw 8/14/2017 | Smark Out Moment
The WWE Cruiserweight Championship has changed hands as Akira Tozawa defeated Neville to win the title on the August 14, 2017 edition of Monday Night Raw

My immediate reaction: Oh damn, I didn't expect that to happen, particularly with them bumping this from the SummerSlam card. I expected Cedric Alexander to be the next champion after winning it at No Mercy. Hm....very curious. Very curious indeed where this goes from here....

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 Akira Tozawa winning the Cruiserweight Championship?
Who will be the next champion?

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