When it comes to professional wrestling, few names are as recognizable as WWE NXT. This developmental territory for the world’s biggest wrestling promotion has produced some of the biggest stars in the industry, from Roman Reigns to Finn Balor. NXT is a place where talented up-and-coming wrestlers can hone their skills and make a name for themselves before making the jump to WWE’s main roster. If you’re a fan of wrestling and haven’t checked out NXT yet, now’s your chance! But whether you’re a newcomer or an old hand, there are a few things you need to know about this fascinating promotion. So read on for our comprehensive guide to WWE NXT.

NXT: What is it?

NXT is WWE’s developmental territory. It was created in 2013 as a way to develop new talent and keep them away from the main roster. NXT takes place in Orlando, Florida, and features wrestlers who have not yet made it to the main roster.

How does NXT differ from the WWE main roster?

NXT is the developmental territory for the WWE, and it is a separate organization from the main WWE roster. NXT wrestlers are often called up to the main WWE roster when they are ready, and sometimes they are placed on ” enhancement” shows (where they work matches outside of the main card) to make room for new stars.

NXT’s storyline focuses on young, up-and-coming wrestlers who are trying to make their mark in the wrestling world. The storylines can be different from show to show, and there is always something happening in NXT that fans can watch unfold.

WWE NXT also features a lot of special events, such as “Takeover” specials, which are huge events that tell one large story over several nights. These events have featured some of WWE’s biggest stars and have been some of the most exciting wrestling shows of the year.

NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn II

NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn II was a fantastic show that delivered on all fronts. The card was packed with action, and the matches were excellent.

The first match of the night was between Tommaso Ciampa and Velveteen Dream. This was an excellent opener, and both men put on a great performance. Ciampa worked over Dream’s neck early in the match, which made for a very exciting start to the bout. Dream responded by hitting some high-flying sequences that looked absolutely incredible. The finish came when Ciampa hit Dream with a German Suplex for the win. This was a great opener that set the tone for what would be an extremely exciting night of wrestling.

The second match of the night featured Elias taking on Roderick Strong. Elias is one of my favorite wrestlers in NXT right now, and he showed why in this match against Strong. Elias controlled most of the action in this contest, using his speed, agility, and strength to defeat his opponent time after time. Towards the end of the match, Strong managed to get a few moments of control, but Elias always managed to come back and take him down again. In the end, Elias hit Strong with an enziguri for the victory! This was another outstanding bout that showcased Elias’s skills very well.

The next matchup featured Bobby Roode against Austin Aries. Roode is one of my favorite wrestlers in WWE right now, so I

205 Live: Why it matters

205 Live is one of the most important shows on WWE programming. It’s where new stars are created and old ones are put to rest. 205 Live is also a place where the McMahons can be seen in full force. This week, we saw Samoa Joe defeat AJ Styles in a ladder match to become number one contender for the United States Championship. But what does this mean for 205 Live?

Samoa Joe is one of the biggest stars in WWE and his win over AJ Styles means he’s now a championship threat. Styles was known as one of the best performers in WWE, but Joe has now shown he can compete with anyone. This means that there are now three contenders for the US Championship which will make for some great matches down the line.

Another important story line this week was Titus O’Neil finally defeating Darren Young in a singles match. Titus has been through a lot lately, including losing his job as General Manager of Smackdown Live, so it was great to see him defeat Young. This victory will help Titus regain some credibility and could lead to him returning to being a part of tag team wrestling down the line.

Shinsuke Nakamura’s upcoming match with AJ Styles

Shinsuke Nakamura will take on AJ Styles in a match for the WWE Championship at WWE Money In The Bank on Sunday, July 17. Nakamura is one of the most popular wrestlers in the world and he has been feuding with Styles for months. This match is sure to be a classic.

Samoa Joe’s contract negotiations

Samoa Joe has been working for WWE NXT since the company’s inception in 2012. Joe is currently under contract with WWE until 2019. In recent months, there have been rumors that Joe is looking to leave NXT and move up the wrestling ladder.

WWE officials have not commented on these negotiations, but it’s clear that Joe wants to be a main eventer and reach the levels of success that he saw during his time in World Championship Wrestling (WCW).

Joe has been considered one of the top talents in NXT for a long time, and if he leaves the company it will be a big loss for them. He is skilled in many different areas of wrestling and has helped develop several stars in NXT. If he does leave NXT, WWE will have to find a way to replace him as one of their top stars.

Becky Lynch’s injury and WrestleMania 34 rumors

As Becky Lynch was being stretchered out of the arena following her loss to Natalya at WrestleMania 34, reports began to circulate that the “Manic Masturbator” had sustained an injury.

The nature of the injury has not been made public, but it is possible that Lynch may have torn her ankle ligaments in the match. As such, it’s possible she will be out of action for a few months.

There have been conflicting reports about Lynch’s status going into WWE’s upcoming European tour, with some sources claiming she will be able to participate and others insisting that she won’t. However, given WWE’s reluctance to give away anything ahead of WrestleMania weekend it seems likely that nothing is yet certain.

This news comes on the heels of rumours that Lynch has already been released from her contract with WWE. Supposedly, there was tension between Lynch and Vince McMahon over creative direction for NXT, leading to her release. Lynch has denied these rumours in previous interviews and it’s unclear if they are true or not.

Regardless of her status going forward, fans can expect a very exciting year from “The Manic Masturbator” as she enters what could be her prime years in professional wrestling.

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