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NXT is getting more Toxic

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NXT is still finding its footing a few weeks into its rebranding as NXT 2.0 but we’ve seen quite a few new faces, and plenty of opportunity for folks to stand out. Multiple wrestlers have taken advantage of that, from the obvious like Bron Breakker to the controversial like Joe Gacy to the not-obvious-yet-but-soon-trust-me like Trick Williams (seriously, I, personally, am convinced this is the next big star in pro wrestling).

There’s one wrestler, and her group more generally, that is starting to stand out more and more as the weeks go on — the new look Mandy Rose and Toxic Attraction.

In so many ways, Rose embodies the appeal of the new look NXT. She’s got the sex appeal they’re so obviously aiming for but she’s still relatively young and has enough star power to help get the rest of her group over while she, herself, gets to improve along the way. And that improvement has been rapid.

This version of Rose is worlds better than the one we were getting on the main roster, and she should only get better.

Here are all the videos from NXT this week:

  • Ember Moon vs. Mandy Rose
  • Santos Escobar is coming for the NXT North American Title
  • Odyssey Jones vs. LA Knight
  • Von Wagner shows respect for Kyle O’Reilly
  • Bron Breakker accepts Tommaso Ciampa’s Halloween Havoc challenge
  • Indi Hartwell and Persia Pirotta encounter Tian She
  • Ikemen Jiro vs. Joe Gacy
  • Cora Jade embraces Trey Baxter after debut win
  • Joe Gacy approaches Tommaso Ciampa for opportunity to enter title match
  • Cameron Grimes vs. Pete Dunne
  • Malik Blade vs. Tony D’Angelo
  • Indi Hartwell vs. Mei Ying
  • Tony D’Angelo invites himself to “Lashing Out”
  • Get to know The Diamond Mine
  • Raquel Gonzalez comes face-to-face with Toxic Attraction
  • MSK face Fatal 4-Way title challenge
  • Indi Hartwell and Persia Pirotta set their sights on gold
  • Ember Moon loses control after a big loss
  • Robert Stone and Franky Monet agree it’s time for change