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# Wrestler Reigns Date Days held: Location Event Notes
1 Billy Kidman 6 April 2, 2002 19 Rochester, NY SmackDown! Aired on April 4.
2 Tajiri 2 April 21, 2002 23 Kansas City, MO Backlash 2002 The title became the WWE Cruiserweight Championship on May 5 when the WWF became World Wrestling Entertainment.
3 The Hurricane 2 May 14, 2002 40 Montreal, QC SmackDown! This was a triple threat match that aired on May 16, also involving Billy Kidman.
4 Jamie Noble 1 June 23, 2002 147 Columbus, OH King of the Ring 2002
5 Billy Kidman 7 November 17, 2002 98 New York, NY Survivor Series 2002
6 Matt Hardy 1 February 23, 2003 100 Montreal, QC No Way Out 2003
7 Rey Mysterio 6 June 3, 2003 112 Anaheim, CA SmackDown! Aired on June 5.
8 Tajiri 3 September 23, 2003 98 Philadelphia, PA SmackDown! Aired on September 25.
9 Rey Mysterio 7 December 30, 2003 47 Laredo, TX SmackDown! Aired on January 1.
10 Chavo Guerrero

(formerly Chavo Guerrero, Jr.)

3 February 15, 2004 79 Daly City, CA No Way Out 2004
11 Jacqueline 1 May 4, 2004 12 Tucson, AZ SmackDown Aired on May 6.
12 Chavo Guerrero 4 May 16, 2004 2 Los Angeles, CA Judgment Day 2004 Guerrero won the title with one hand tied behind his back, though his father Chavo Classic untied it during the match.
13 Chavo Classic 1 May 18, 2004 28 Las Vegas, NV SmackDown This was a triple threat match also involving Spike Dudley, which aired on May 20.
14 Rey Mysterio 8 June 15, 2004 42 Chicago, IL SmackDown Aired on June 17.
15 Spike Dudley 1 July 27, 2004 138 Cincinnati, OH SmackDown Aired on July 29.
16 Funaki 1 December 12, 2004 70 Atlanta, GA Armageddon 2004
17 Chavo Guerrero 5 February 20, 2005 37 Pittsburgh, PA No Way Out 2005 Won the title in a six-man Cruiserweight Open, also including Paul London, Akio, Shannon Moore and Spike Dudley.
18 Paul London 1 March 29, 2005 126 Houston, TX SmackDown Won an 8-man battle royal, aired on March 31.
19 Nunzio 1 August 2, 2005 68 Bridgeport, CT Velocity
20 Juventud 4 October 9, 2005 37 Houston, TX No Mercy 2005
21 Nunzio 2 November 15, 2005 7 Rome, Italy Live event
22 Juventud 5 November 22, 2005 26 Sheffield, England SmackDown Aired on November 25.
23 Kid Kash 1 December 18, 2005 42 Providence, RI Armageddon 2005
24 Gregory Helms 3 January 29, 2006 385 Miami, FL Royal Rumble 2006 This was a six-way match also involving Funaki, Jamie Noble, Nunzio and Paul London. Helms, who was on the Raw roster at that time, moved to SmackDown! after winning the title.
25 Chavo Guerrero 6 February 18, 2007 154 Los Angeles, CA No Way Out 2007 This was an 8-man Cruiserweight Open at No Way Out, also involving Daivari, Shannon Moore, Funaki, Jamie Noble, Jimmy Wang Yang and Scotty 2 Hotty.
26 Hornswoggle 1 July 22, 2007 65 San Jose, CA The Great American Bash 2007 This was a six-man Cruiserweight Open also involving Jimmy Wang Yang, Shannon Moore, Funaki and Jamie Noble.
- Vacated 0 - September 25, 2007 0 Indianapolis, IN Smackdown! Vacated on the September 25, 2007 edition of SmackDown! (aired September 28) by acting General Manager Vickie Guerrero, citing that his status as Mr. McMahon's (kayfabe) son and his diminutive stature would eventually jeopardize his well-being.
- Retired 0 - March 4, 2008 0 N/A N/A On March 4, 2008, WWE.com put the title on the retired section with the other past

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