In recent months, WWE has undergone numerous changes and numerous news that have gone around the world, changing what had been a consolidated reality for decades, leaving WWE Universe fans amazed. Only in the last few weeks, in fact, we have seen Vince McMahon end up in a huge cyclone due to his alleged affair (or more than one) extramarital affair with an employee, obviously with everything that has remained hidden by his wife Linda, only to see a big change within the WWE leadership, where John Laurinaitis and Vince himself have had to take a step back, from the roles they have carried on for years.
In the end, John Laurinaitis was sidelined and deposed as director of talent at WWE and finally silently fired, while instead Vince McMahon, shortly before an episode of Smackdown, decided to retire permanently from the position of Chairman, to enjoy his well-deserved retirement at the age of 80.
Vince's daughter Stephanie and company co-president Nick Khan took over as CEO, while the creative side of the federation was entrusted entirely to the federation's COO, as well as Steph's husband, Triple H. Before leaving the scene, however, Vince McMahon also put his hand in a very important way on the NXT roster, changing the name, the logo and all the graphics, with a new version of the brand completely different from the one initially wanted by Triple H.
Another change on NXT
During the tapings recorded this night of the next episodes of NXT, fans witnessed a great news for the third brand of the federation, with NXT that once again saw its logo change, which was previously in color and also reported the name 2.0.
Now the new NXT logo will simply show the three letters of the brand and will return to being in gold and black, as was the first version of the roster strongly desired by Triple H, with Shawn Michales who also became the protagonist of a video in which he explains how NXT is constantly evolving, just like the federation itself and its guys.
With a roundup of photos and a video posted by WWE itself, let's see how the graphics of the arena and the logo of the third brand of the McMahon company have changed thanks to Triple H. Meanwhile, it has been reported that Triple H and the company's creative department may have written Edge off TV following last night's episode of RAW.
"The thing with Edge though is, because he’s got a limited contract so he’s not around weekly, it felt like this was another injury angle."