The Realest Guy in the Room has the opportunity to prove he is the new face of the Cruiserweight division when he challenges Neville for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship at WWE No Mercy.

The two Superstars have been on a collision course ever since Enzo Amore made his WWE 205 Live debut, moments after The King of the Cruiserweights retained the title against Akira Tozawa in a SummerSlam rematch. Despite losing the Cruiserweight Championship to Tozawa the week before The Biggest Event of the Summer, Neville has vanquished every challenger that has stepped forward to take his throne. However, The Certified G has certainly made a splash since changing divisions, and he’s poised to prove that Neville is S-A-W-F-T.

Since his debut in the Cruiserweight division, Enzo has claimed victory against Noam Dar in singles competition, and he has teamed up with Cedric Alexander and Gran Metalik on two occasions against Dar, Tony Nese and Drew Gulak. In those two Six-Man Tag Team Matches, The Certified G managed to pick up victories using rather questionable tactics. Following their second victory on Raw, WWE Cruiserweight Champion Neville – hungry for a challenger – informed Enzo, Alexander and Metalik they would face Nese and The Brian Kendrick in a Fatal 5-Way Elimination Match to determine who would challenge The King of the Cruiserweights at WWE No Mercy.

The Realest Guy in the Room defied the odds and earned the opportunity to challenge Neville for the coveted Cruiserweight Title, despite once again resorting to questionable tactics to stave off elimination and claim the victory. However, The Certified G now faces his greatest challenge to date: Claiming the throne from the WWE Cruiserweight Champion.

Will Enzo Amore silence all the haters and change the course of WWE 205 Live by claiming the WWE Cruiserweight Championship, or will he be the next challenger to bow down to The King of the Cruiserweights? Find out at WWE No Mercy tonight at 8 ET/5 PT, streaming live on WWE Network.

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The Realest Guy in the Room has the opportunity to prove he is the new face of the Cruiserweight division when he challenges Neville for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship at WWE No Mercy.

The two Superstars have been on a collision course ever since Enzo Amore made his WWE 205 Live debut, moments after The King of the Cruiserweights retained the title against Akira Tozawa in a SummerSlam rematch. Despite losing the Cruiserweight Championship to Tozawa the week before The Biggest Event of the Summer, Neville has vanquished every challenger that has stepped forward to take his throne. However, The Certified G has certainly made a splash since changing divisions, and he’s poised to prove that Neville is S-A-W-F-T.

Since his debut in the Cruiserweight division, Enzo has claimed victory against Noam Dar in singles competition, and he has teamed up with Cedric Alexander and Gran Metalik on two occasions against Dar, Tony Nese and Drew Gulak. In those two Six-Man Tag Team Matches, The Certified G managed to pick up victories using rather questionable tactics. Following their second victory on Raw, WWE Cruiserweight Champion Neville – hungry for a challenger – informed Enzo, Alexander and Metalik they would face Nese and The Brian Kendrick in a Fatal 5-Way Elimination Match to determine who would challenge The King of the Cruiserweights at WWE No Mercy.

The Realest Guy in the Room defied the odds and earned the opportunity to challenge Neville for the coveted Cruiserweight Title, despite once again resorting to questionable tactics to stave off elimination and claim the victory. However, The Certified G now faces his greatest challenge to date: Claiming the throne from the WWE Cruiserweight Champion.

Will Enzo Amore silence all the haters and change the course of WWE 205 Live by claiming the WWE Cruiserweight Championship, or will he be the next challenger to bow down to The King of the Cruiserweights? Find out at WWE No Mercy tonight at 8 ET/5 PT, streaming live on WWE Network.