WWE NXT: Previews
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
The black-and-gold brand desperately needs a big storyline, and the break-up of the most successful stable in its history only giving us one TakeOver match is a missed opportunity. That, and more to get you ready for the June 1 episode.
At least for a while, as it’s hard to imagine what’s next on the brand for the loser of tonight’s title rematch. We ponder that while getting you ready for the May 25 episode.
NXT’s set up a lot of potential challengers for Karrion Kross, but we’re especially intrigued by one of them. We sort through the many choices for top men’s and women’s contenders at next month’s TakeOver, and get you ready for tonight’s big matches - right here.
With Adam Cole’s return tonight, The Prince is the last big name we haven’t seen since TakeOver: Stand & Deliver. We hope that means they’re restarting his pre-pandemic program. We also do our best to get you ready for the April 27 show.
NXT looks to make its mark on a new night with a stacked line-up full of new champions. We preview the April 13 TakeOver fallout show, with a particular focus on the new NXT titleholder.
The final push toward next week’s two-night TakeOver: Stand & Deliver should give us a sign about what’s next for Roddy. We cover that, and everything you need to get ready for the Mar. 31 NXT.
General Manager William Regal’s dealing with an Undisputed friendship turned blood feud, and Tag titles vacated by injury. We’re wondering about the future of another team... and getting you ready for Mar. 24’s big episode of NXT.
There’s some uncertainty about the Mar. 17 episode as a result of reports about a COVID outbreak at the Performance Center. With only weeks until what could be an all-time great WrestleMania week show, that’s the last thing the black-and-gold brand needs.
It’s a big episode, with two title matches and two ‘game-changing’ announcements. But when one of those is expected to be a two night event that’s just one month away, much of what happens could be prelude for those shows.
The Cruiserweight champ keeps saying he’s playing chess, not checkers. He’s going to need a really good strategy to take down the undefeated Karrion Kross. We ponder what tricks he might have under his mask, and get you ready for the Feb. 24 NXT.
But the black-and-gold brand will need to address the role of Finn Bálor (and others) in the Undisputed ERA civil war that started at TakeOver: Vengeance Day. That, and some other questions about the Feb. 17 fallout show.
The Dusty Classics have been great. But NXT’s audience has been programmed to think of tag teams as midcard acts. Is good wresting enough to change their minds? That, and everything you need to get ready for Feb. 10’s TakeOver go home show.