Dakota Kai

Dakota Kai couldn’t return at a better time

Dakota Kai is scheduled to make her long-awaited return to NXT next week. The New Zealand native has been out of action since she suffered a torn ACL at a live event last December. Thankfully, she finally completed her road to recovery. NXT started airing vignettes for Dakota Kai last week, but this week WWE revealed she will appear on the next episode. This news … Continue reading Dakota Kai couldn’t return at a better time

Candice LeRae will challenge Shayna Baszler in two weeks

NXT’s debut on the USA Network kicked off with a women’s match. In this fatal four-way match, Candice LeRae defied the odds to become the new number one contender. LeRae faced off against Bianca Belair, Mia Yim, and her heated rival—Io Shirai—to decide who will be the next challenger for the NXT Women’s Championship. She was the last participant added to fray last week after … Continue reading Candice LeRae will challenge Shayna Baszler in two weeks

Candice LeRae

Candice LeRae added to number one contender’s match

After last night’s episode of NXT, Candice LeRae will be a part of the number one contender’s match for the NXT Women’s Championship, making it a fatal four-way. LeRae will join Mia Yim, Bianca Belair, and Io Shirai in a match next week to determine Shayna Baszler’s next challenger. This match was originally announced last week and scheduled for NXT’s network television debut on USA. … Continue reading Candice LeRae added to number one contender’s match

NXT TakeOver

NXT TakeOver won’t coincide with Royal Rumble 2020

Yesterday, WWE released information about the travel packages for Royal Rumble, but NXT TakeOver was notably missing from the schedule. It would seem the network exclusive event won’t be a part of the weekend’s festivities. According to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, “WWE has confirmed that the travel package listing was not an error and that a Worlds Collide event is taking place on that day … Continue reading NXT TakeOver won’t coincide with Royal Rumble 2020

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Number one contender’s match set for NXT network debut

Last night, WWE announced the first two matches for NXT’s network television debut. One of them is a number one contender’s match for the NXT Women’s Championship. On the newest episode, General Manager, William Regal, revealed Mia Yim, Bianca Belair, and Io Shirai will compete in a triple threat match to determine the next challenger for the brand’s women’s championship. This will take place in … Continue reading Number one contender’s match set for NXT network debut

Kacy Catanzaro

Kacy Catanzaro reportedly leaves WWE

Sadly, it appears Kacy Catanzaro is leaving NXT soon due to a nagging back injury. Casey Michael of Squared Circle Sirens reported that Kacy was having an issue with her discs, so she called it quits. Neither WWE nor Catanzaro have confirmed this news yet. The Olympian and American Ninja Warrior competitor tried out with the company in January of 2017. She made her televised … Continue reading Kacy Catanzaro reportedly leaves WWE

Shayna Baszler vs. Rhea Ripley is going to be amazing

Heading into the Aug. 28 episode of WWE NXT, we were almost two weeks removed from Shayna Baszler defiantly and successfully retained her NXT Women’s Championship against Mia Yim. With Yim in her rear view mirror, Baszler seemed to have beaten everyone in NXT. Yim, Io Shirai, Kairi Sane, Bianca Belair, etc. You name ’em. Shayna Baszler has stepped over all challengers who have come … Continue reading Shayna Baszler vs. Rhea Ripley is going to be amazing

NXT’s move to USA should mean more time for the women

On the off-chance that you abstained from all wrestling news this week, WWE announced that their oft-lauded “developmental” show, NXT, will air on the USA Network beginning on Sept. 18 and will expand to a two-hour runtime. While the announcement generated plenty of skepticism from the wrestling media and fans regarding NXT’s creative outlook on its new television home – and how the writers will … Continue reading NXT’s move to USA should mean more time for the women

NXT officially set to make its network debut on USA

It’s official. NXT will become a two-hour show, which will air on the USA network starting on Wednesday, Sept. 18. The Wrestling Observer Newsletter broke the news yesterday that the developmental brand would make its network debut this fall. However, WWE made an official announcement this morning. “The move to USA Network provides an opportunity to deepen our relationship with NBCUniversal and further build the … Continue reading NXT officially set to make its network debut on USA

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WWE announces the newest class of NXT signees

WWE just revealed their new class of Performance Center recruits, including Santana Garrett. Yesterday, Squared Circle Sirens broke the news that the former WOW World Champion, Santana Garrett, signed a developmental contract with the company. Today, WWE confirmed Garrett is one of their newest NXT signees, along with three more acquisitions to the women’s roster. Santana Garrett’s illustrious 10-year career as a wrestler speaks for … Continue reading WWE announces the newest class of NXT signees