NXT could arrive in stadiums

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NXT could arrive in stadiums

WWE officials have talked about holding another NXT Stand & Deliver event for one of three big stadium events this summer, according to the well-known Twitter profile WrestleVotes. Event preferences are rumored to be Clash at The Castle at Principality Stadium on Saturday 3 September in Cardiff, Wales, but SummerSlam on Saturday 30 July at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee seems more likely.

The other stadium show scheduled is also this summer and is Money In The Bank, which is scheduled for Saturday 2 July at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada. This is the precise tweet: “WWE has discussed adding another Stand & Deliver event to one of the 3 big stadium shows happening this summer.

I've heard the UK preference for Clash at the Castle, but Nashville/Summerslam seems more likely. All to be decided yet."

The latest news on NXT

The latest NXT Stand & Deliver took place over the Wrestlemania 38 weekend earlier this year.

The show was done at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, not far from the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, where Wrestlemania 38 was held. It is not even known if the Stand & Deliver summer event will be held at the stadium or in the smallest venue in the area.

The results of the last Stand & Deliver were: NXT World Championship: Dolph Ziggler (c) defeats Bron Breakker NXT Women's Championship: Mandy Rose (c) defeats Io Shirai, Kay Lee Ray, Cora Jade NXT North American Championship: Cameron Grimes defeats Carmelo Hayes, Solo Sikoa, Santos Escobar and Grayson Waller NXT Tag Team Championship: MSK defeat Imperium (Marcel Barthel & Fabian Aichner) and Creed Brothers (Brutus & Julius Creed) Tony D'Angelo defeats Tommaso Ciampa GUNTHER defeats LA Knight We just have to wait for updates and we invite you to stay connected for any official announcements from the company that will be reported on our site.

Trick Williams was at ringside and Carmelo Hayes slapped Solo Sikoa right off the bat. Sikoa got a back body drop and Cameron Grimes came in with a Soccer Kick before Hayes rolled out of the ring. Hayes got some big springboard dives before he was hit with a senton from Sikoa but managed to get his knees up in time.

We got a small Tower of Doom spot before Sikoa powerbombed Hayes on top of Grimes. Sikoa followed up with a Spinning Uranage before Grimes dropped him from the ropes with a kick.