On October 15, 2022, WWE registered the “NXT Deadline” trademark for entertainment services, specifying that it is a new show and for this reason it aroused a lot of curiosity among fans. As reported by the American site Fightful, the talents of NXT have been informed that the date of December 10 is marked on the company's internal calendar as a date that will bring with it a special episode of the development brand that seems strictly connected to the brand just registered “NXT Deadline”, although the official name is not confirmed.
Either way, many wrestlers and staff members have been warned to keep that date in mind. In addition, it should also be noted that on the same day a pay-per-view announced by Tony Khan for his Ring Of Honor, or "ROH Final Battle", will be broadcast, but in this case it will be broadcast in the afternoon, while NXT as always it airs in the evening.
The plans are to hold the event at the Performance Center, although HBK has said it wants to take MEWPs or NXT special events out of Florida as well, and is expected to be announced this Saturday during Halloween Havoc.
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Below we leave you the description of the registration of the trademark "NXT Deadline": “Trademark for: NXT DEADLINE trademark registration is intended to cover the categories of entertainment services, namely, a professional wrestling show; entertainment services, in particular, the production and display of professional wrestling events rendered live and via broadcast media, including television and distributed across various platforms through multiple forms of broadcast media; Provide wrestling news and information via broadcast media, including television, and distributed across various platforms across multiple forms of broadcast media; providing information in the sports and entertainment sectors through broadcast media, including television and distributed across various platforms through multiple forms of broadcast media; provide a website in the field of sports entertainment information." WWE star Karrion Kross recently spoke about how Triple H uses talent and his vision for the product.
"My feeling on the subject was just that he was so familiar with our work and presentation and even what we did before WWE. He had a really good understanding of how we could be potentially showcased and how people would enjoy that showcase.
My feeling with Triple H is he finds a middle ground between what you're good at and what people want to see out of you, not necessarily what just you want to do. He knows what's best for the programming and that's just where we fell into all of it."
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