The WWE recently announced a tour for its cruiserweight division, 205 Live, beginning in January. With the Zo Train leading the way for the tour, it seemed like the shows would feel a little lacking. Usually 205 Live is live after Smackdown, so you get to see a show that includes the likes of Shinsuke Nakamura, Randy Orton, Kevin Owens, and the New Day.
Without a top face headliner for 205 Live, it seemed like the cruiserweights would have a hard time bringing in fans. It looks like the WWE felt the same way, as they added the anticipated feud of Matt Hardy and Bray Wyatt to the tour. The two kings of mind games have been on a collision path since before Hardy even came back to the WWE. During his tenure with TNA as the Broken One, Hardy would throw jabs on Twitter at the Eater of Worlds, and it seemed that, sooner or later, we would get the two in an entertaining and odd story line.
On December 17th, the WWE Network announced that, along with the debuting Hideo Itami, The “Woken” Matt Hardy and Bray Wyatt would do battle on the 205 Tour. Tickets are on sale for the tour, beginning on January 19th in Kingston, Rhode Island.