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NXT 11/6: Retaliation

What a crazy week in the world of wrestling. In the last wee, our boys from the Black and Gold brand invaded not just Smackdown, but Raw as well. They put on outstanding matches on the big stage, and showed the world that NXT is no longer a developmental brand, but that they can hang… Continue reading NXT 11/6: Retaliation

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NXT 10/16: Limitless Expectations

I had the distinct pleasure this week of being able to attend NXT Live this week. I had a stroke of luck and won tickets from Full Sail's Twitter handle, and it just so happened to be my birthday! What a special treat, and it was one indeed! Tommaso Ciampa vs. Angel Garza Typically when… Continue reading NXT 10/16: Limitless Expectations

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NXT Review 10/2: It’s Not Developmental Anymore

Wednesday, October 2nd 2019 will go down in wrestling history. While it was originally set as the debut for All Elite Wrestling's weekly television program, NXT officially made it a Wednesday Night War. I like to say Wednesday's are for Wrestling, and that is exactly what it is! NXT, as it always does, put together… Continue reading NXT Review 10/2: It’s Not Developmental Anymore

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NXT Review 9/18: Firing the First Shot LIVE

Some might call it counter programming. Some might say that WWE is starting a war. I say, Wednesday's are for Wrestling

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NXT Review 9/11: Bright Future On Display

It was the very last week of one hour NXT! Next week we start a new chapter of the Black and Gold brand of WWE! Until then, we have last WWE Network exclusive to cover. Here's how it went down. Rhea Ripley is seen getting out of an SUV and entering Full Sail. We know… Continue reading NXT Review 9/11: Bright Future On Display

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NXT Review 9/4: NXT’s Depth On Full Display

It’s been a busy week down here in Orlando! Doesn’t mean that there wasn't time to keep everyone up to date on NXT!

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NXT Review 8/21: An Undisputed Mistake By Jordan Myles?

Wednesday nights are about to get bigger in the next few months, as NXT debuts on USA in September to defend their Wednesday time slot about AEW.