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WWE NXT: Previews

The clock is already ticking on Bron Breakker’s NXT title reign

Seeing as everyone agrees he’s WWE next big star, how much longer can they keep the new champ in developmental? We ponder that, and give you everything you need to get ready for Jan. 11’s New Year’s Evil fallout episode.

New Year’s Evil should give us a taste of a major main roster feud

Riddle & WALTER are only 1⁄3 of a trios match on the Jan. 4 NXT, but WWE should revisit their indie rivalry on bigger stages. Plus, everything you need to get ready for tonight’s big show!

Main roster crossovers alone won’t grow NXT’s audience

They’re a good idea, but not a quick fix. More on that, and everything you need to get ready for Dec. 28’s New Year’s Evil go home show, here.

Newly solo AJ Styles is headed to NXT

Fresh off the Omos split, AJ’s doing an angle with Grayson Waller. What does it say about Waller’s future, or Styles’ present? Let’s chop that up while getting you ready for the Dec. 21 edition of the paint splatter brand.

Waller & Wagner need to earn the rubs they got from Gargano & O’Reilly

After their big statement moves against departing(?) stars, two heels face the dreaded ‘what’s next?’ That, and everything you need to get ready for Dec. 14’s show.

It seems more likely Gargano is headed to the main roster than to AEW

Let’s talk about why we think that, and if we feel the same way about Kyle O’Reilly, while getting you ready for the Dec. 7 WarGames fallout episode of NXT.

This could be how WWE phases out the cruiserweight division

Joe Gacy’s ‘woke’ parody gimmick is anti-weight limits. So what happens if he wins the purple belt at WarGames? Let’s talk about that while getting you ready for the Nov. 30 NXT.

WarGames could give us a Ciampa/Gargano reunion

And other teams of rivals or weird alliances. Let’s talk about that while getting you ready for the Nov. 23 NXT.

NXT announced WarGames, now they need some teams

With Toxic Attraction, the women’s match is pretty obvious. But WWE has some work to do on with the men they’re doing to send to war next month. We talk that while getting you ready for the Nov. 16 episode.

N-X-T? More like N-Sex-T, amirite?

Everybody’s macking on everybody else as the Carmelo Hayes era dawns. Let’s get ready for the Nov. 9 edition of 2.0!

What NXT does next with Bron Breakker is key

After a big show like Halloween Havoc, we’re always watching for the next move for the winners and losers. But with a rising star like Bron, it’s even more interesting. More on that, and everything you need to get ready for the Nov. 2 episode.

Vince McMahon can really put his stamp on NXT with Halloween Havoc

The 2.0 makeover can be complete if we get new champs in tonight’s four title matches. Spin The Wheel, Make The Deal, and click the link to get ready for Oct. 26’s big show.

Halloween Havoc needs a host

WWE’s bringing in Chucky for next week’s big show, but there are other options (and we’ll never stop stumping for Shotzi). That, and everything else you need to get ready for tonight’s go home edition of NXT 2.0.

The WWE Draft took some of the suspense out of tonight’s NXT

It’s hard to get too invested in Oct. 12’s North American title clash or Pete Dunne & Kyle O’Reilly’s tag match when we know several of the participants are headed to SmackDown. That, and more to get you ready for tonight’s show.

The WWE Draft left us with more questions than ever about NXT 2.0

Tuesday nights are down five acts (and 8 total Superstars), and we’re not sure what that tells us about the new vision for the developmental show. We talk about that, and try to get you ready for the Oct. 5 episode.

The Bron Breakker bandwagon is filling up

It’s Ladies Night on NXT 2.0, and we dig into that while giving the hype train for Rick Steiner’s boy a push. And of course, we’ve also got everything you need to get ready for Sept. 28’s episode.

NXT 2.0’s new stars need to walk before they run

A couple of the men already seem to be getting shots in the main event, but a more gradual introduction would probably serve talent & fans better. Plus, everything you need to get ready for the Sept. 21 show!

A new look, a new champ and a pair of newlyweds

Is it a dawn of a new era? Or will it be the same old show with a splash of obnoxiously colorful paint? Let’s kick it around while we get you ready for the Sept. 14 debut of WWE NXT 2.0.

It’s time for Io Shirai to move on from NXT

With the rebrand coming next week, WWE should move the uber-talented former Women’s champ to the main roster or cut or loose. That, and everything you need to get ready for Sept. 7’s show - the last episode before the rebrand.

Why there are no spoilers for tonight’s pre-taped NXT

More on WWE’s curious decision to crackdown on live reports from last week’s second taping, and lots more about what we do know about the Aug. 31 episode.

Samoa Joe’s third NXT title reign could be a long one

With the rebrand coming, the new champ could be holding the black-and-gold brand down for a while until younger stars that fit Vince McMahon’s vision are ready for the top. That, and everything you need to get ready for the Aug. 24 episode.

What’s going on with Mandy Rose in NXT?

It’s Title Tuesday and the final push to TakeOver 36, but most of our questions about the Aug. 17 NXT still involve the changes WWE’s making to the brand... including if Rose being moved there will ever be followed up on.

With its future in flux, NXT has to focus on the present

With only two shows until TakeOver 36, Triple H and team have to quickly get everyone’s minds off last week’s releases and reports of Vince McMahon’s plans. We’re talking that, and getting you ready for Aug. 10’s episode.

Cole’s free agency adds a new wrinkle to O’Reilly feud, and NXT in general

We’re talking that, and everything you need to get ready for TakeOver build and Indi Hartwell on a pole on the Aug. 3 episode of NXT!

NXT might be rushing Samoa Joe’s return to the ring

Not in a medical sense, but is there more they could have done with the former champ in his authority figure role? We wrestle with that and other questions while getting you ready for the pre-taped July 27 episode on SyFy.

Kross’ Raw loss leaves NXT looking more third rate than ever

WWE’s asking if anyone can stop the NXT champ... when we all watched Jeff Hardy pin him on Raw. We ask how Triple H will deal with this mess on a roster already in flux as we get you ready for the July 20 episode.

SmackDown call-ups might not be done on NXT

Will Shotzi Blackheart, Tegan Nox & Toni Stom pull double duty to finish up their stories on Tuesday nights? We talk that and get you ready for July 13’s big championship edition of NXT.

Call-ups loom larger than ever over Great American Bash

After last week’s North American title change, NXT looks to be entering one of a major transition period. The July 6 special episode should tell us a lot about how Triple H plans to manage the changes.

Add The Diamond Mine to Samoa Joe’s ‘to do’ list

As if he didn’t already have enough on his plate, now Roderick Strong’s new group is back to target the Cruiserweight champ! We talk that, and give you everything you need to get ready for the final push to the Great American Bash.

Adam Cole has a lot on his plate!

Adam Cole is awake and, presumably, mad! How much enforcing will Samoa Joe have to do this week and is this what William Regal meant by more order?

Regal’s change plan should involve the NXT champion

If it’s what reports say it is, he should be there for more than just enforcing order. That, and everything else you need to get ready for June 15’s TakeOver: In Your House fallout show!

Give us one last Io Shirai run in NXT

Poppy’s back for the TakeOver: In Your House go home episode, and we hope her presence heralds the return of her friend, the former Women’s champ. That and more to get you ready for June 8’s show.

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