NXT House Shows
First the WWE Hall of Famer & NXT Producer iss taking sides in the Presidential election on Facebook, then he’s getting accused of burying talent backstage by a current AEW star on Twitter.
Could these announcements about house shows - and the XFL season - be harbingers of WrestleMania’s fate?
WWE’s making use of all their outlets to set-up their Wednesday night - house shows, Twitter beef, and good old fashioned website announcements.
It wasn’t Evolution 2, but it was pretty damn cool. And proof the future is bright.
Fans in the Pacific Northwest will see him this weekend. When will he next be on our screens?
The comeback is complete as WWE officially moves Fandango to the black-and-gold brand roster, and he works his first matches since injuring his shoulder 13 months ago.
The 24 year old is back, and the NXT Universe is happy.
Jordan Omogbehin is 7’ 3". Can he wrestle?
Killian Dain is back with the black-and-gold brand, and hope you weren’t too attached to Stokely Hathaway’s first WWE moniker.
How can you not pay tribute to a man who made a three count with a broken freakin’ leg?
Sure, he had the night off and it was close to home. But the old Universal champ would never.
The Robert Strauss brand is the latest sign managers are coming back to WWE, at least on the black-and-gold brands.
The Women’s Tag champs sure do like returning to their roots. Are they also setting up a future match or two?
Troy Lindsey, BAY-BAY!
Mysterio only hit the 619 while in the 619, but his hometown loved it.
The latest rumors, including more on the Amore invasion, where Impact might show up on TV next, Rhodes’ next move, and more!
The Blasian Baddie is here... but still unofficially.
But at least for a night, Cesaro was there to help Kassius Ohno celebrate 20 years in wrestling. And to remind the world... Kings. Reign. Supreme.
Look who showed up in NXT this evening!
Prince Pretty’s back on another black-and-yellow brand house show swing. Makes us wonder what Bray Wyatt’s up to...