WWE’s “NXT’ Has New Changes

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If there are any wrestling fans of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), then check out their sister brand “NXT” on Wednesday, November 4, 2020. These superstars were bringing down the house with all new rivalries. As well as returning superstars after “NXT’s” pay-per-view “Halloween Havoc.”

Last month WWE announced new changes coming with a fresh start to its sister brand “NXT.” Especially with the women’s division champion Amber Moon making a surprise come back on Wednesday. After suffering from her injury Moon has her eyes on putting herself back in the spotlight.

However, Dakota Kai will not allow Moon to take her spotlight ahead of their already scheduled match.  Kai was ready to tangle with Moon the War Goddess. As the match began with the women battling it out. Moon almost picked up the victory but Kai won by a pinfall.

“NXT” superstars were just warming up with another singles match between Cameron Grimes and Kushida. This after a backstage confrontation that led to their very technical match with a compelling contest. But in the end, Kushida took the win by pinfall.

Providing fans from home watching an awesome show “NXT” will not slow down their competitive wrestling. With great storytelling as well.  IO Shirai called Rhea Ripley after the “Halloween Havoc” pay-per-view which happened this past Saturday, October 31.

They discussed their haunted house match that Shirai lost to Rhea Ripley. The night was becoming more insane with the return of former “NXT” champion Tommaso Ciampa. He was scheduled in a single match against Dream — who Ciampa defeated in a none title match — winning by pinfall with it being a physical match up. Ciampa and Dream put on a great show.

As WWE main shows “Raw” and “Smackdown” keep battling to bring up ratings from low viewership and ticket sales declining. But “NeXT” created by WWE legend Triple H who has molded “NXT” superstars to be the best in-ring talent.

There are a couple of “NXT” superstars that went to WWE main shows rather than returned to “NXT.” Like Finn Balor and Moon. If anyone does not have anything to watch on Wednesday from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. CT check out “NXT” on Fox.

Written by David Holmes

Edited by Sheena Robertson

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