NXT is ready to organize a huge event



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NXT is ready to organize a huge event

There is important news regarding one of the special events organized by NXT, because if NXT Deadline will be held on December 10, with the card that has officially taken shape in recent weeks, in 2023 WWE is already ready with another event.

We are talking about NXT Vengeance Day 2023 which, as told by WrestleVotes and then confirmed by the well-known Mike Johnson of PWInsider and subsequently by Brandon Thurston of Wrestlecomics, will be held on February 4, 2023 as a Premium Live Event in the city of Charlotte, North Carolina at the Spectrum center.

Except for NXT Stand & Deliver 2022, NXT has always held its special events or Premium Live Events inside the well-known Performance Center in Orlando, Florida since the COVID pandemic hit the world.

NXT continues to grow

In October, we already let you know that Shawn Michaels had talked about moving the NXT-branded Premium Live Events outside the Performance Center.

These are his words: “We briefly discussed leaving [Florida] for our Premium Live Events. Do we want to do it at the end of the year or start at the start of the new year? We had Stand & Deliver for WrestleMania weekend, which was the first time a lot of our talent was outside the Performance Center.

It's definitely something we want to come back to. We have every intention of doing so. We are actually discussing how we want to go about putting this into practice. This will go beyond some of the shows in the state of Florida for Premium Live Events but also regular live events.

As you know, this is part of the development process. They have to go out and perform on the main roster worldwide. They might as well get their feet wet at NXT" Michaels said. Tonight don't miss the usual NXT report on our website and at 21 on the Open Wrestling TV Twitch channel you can comment on the episode of NXT together with the NeXT Big Thing team like every Wednesday night, so don't miss this appointment.

Sami Zayn took to social media this evening ahead of WWE NXT 2.0 asking why no one has thanked him for revolutionizing the business with his run on the black and gold brand. "As this new era of @WWENXT begins, think of all the greats that passed through NXT to this point & how virtually none of them would have ever been there if not for me making NXT a thing.

But does anyone say thank you Sami for revolutionizing the business? Of course not. Poor me," Sami Zayn tweeted.