According to a report via PWInsider.com, WWE is looking to add a few more talents to the division soon. Allegedly, the company is looking to sign Rockstar Spud and immediately put him in the Cruiserweight Division. Spud recently left Impact Wrestling, where he's been the last 4 or 5 years, he had a couple of short X Division Championship runs about 2.5 years back and, from what I gather, has spent most of the past few years as more of a comedy guy. His last feud was against Swoggle, AKA Hornswoggle, so the guy's not exactly prime real estate. The site also mentions that, even though there's no date for it to go down, Hideo Itami will be moving from NXT to the Cruiserweight Division. When Itami was signed to NXT in 2014, it was a pretty significant coup. Things were going well for Itami, there was a very good likelihood he was heading towards being NXT Champion, before a shoulder injury in the summer of 2015 that'd put him on the shelf for about 13 months. He made his return, was out doing his thing and suffered a neck injury in October 2016 and wasn't seen on NXT TV until April of this year. While this is of some interest, I personally don't see a whole lot to be excited about. Spud is someone who will almost certainly never get out of the CW Division unless it's to wind up as some sort of comedy jobber or mascot due in no small part to his size, since he's about 5'3" and weighs around 130 lbs. As for Itami, I'm thinking that he'll be there also for much of the rest of his time in WWE. He'll turn 37 in March and at least half his time in NXT has been spent on the shelf injured, so my guess is that Vince doesn't have much confidence in him. On the other hand, Itami does have a good reputation as a tough guy and that could add something different to the division. If he debuts with some fan fair and hype, then MAYBE this could work out well; if not, then he'll ultimately just be another guy in the division with no real character to tout.