NXT superstars are now afraid for their future



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NXT superstars are now afraid for their future

WWE has in mind a new revolution for its third brand: NXT and to do so, it obviously had to cut numerous "deadwood", which according to the Chairman of the company, Vince McMahon, were now superfluous characters for its creation.

Although NXT has always dealt with almost only Triple H, since the debut of NXT as a real third brand, with a dedicated show on a very important channel in the USA, last week's releases were instead the only ones Vince McMahon, Bruce Prichard and John Laurinaitis, with Triple H and Shawn Michaels, mentors of the whole yellow brand, who would have been totally excluded from this matter.

Apparently, Vince McMahon has now set in motion a new project dedicated to NXT, with a new format, new lights, a new logo and many other innovations for the Tuesday night show of the Stamford federation, which will bring fans to no longer seeing the yellow show as it was until recently.

NXT is set to undergo some major changes

After the first eleven releases last week that seem not to be the only ones that will be staged at the moment, the new mentality of Vince has also emerged, who would now like to have much younger, dynamic and taller Superstars, compared to what he is.

been the trend of NXT so far. At the moment, shaking like leaves, for fear of receiving the famous pink letter of dismissal from the federation, would be the whole female roster of the yellow show, with the well-known overseas podcast, the Fightful Select, which reports in fact: "This past week's releases have hit internal morale quite a bit, with WWE women talking to Fightful about their future or their booking, expressing a lot of concern, especially since they were hired by the other person and not Johnny Ace, current head of talent."

Apparently, Johnny Ace, better known on-screen as John Laurinaitis, also seen with a well-defined character in the company's ring years ago, in a long feud with John Cena, is said to have a very archaic idea of ​​women's wrestling, with NXT women who, for this very reason, would be worrying and not a little about their becoming in the company's rings.

Not long after releasing several major main roster stars, WWE had yet another round of talents cuts during last week's episode of Friday Night SmackDown. Some of the major and surprising names included former Undisputed ERA member Bobby Fish, former NXT North American Champion Bronson Reed and Mercedes Martinez.