NXT may also be controlled by Vince McMahon



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NXT may also be controlled by Vince McMahon

In recent weeks the WWE has promised a new revolution for its NXT, with the third roster of the Vince McMahon-owned company that seems to have already found its new logo, all colored, completely different from the original one used until this week's episode.

After the latest releases arrived like a bolt from the blue and which had eliminated important pieces from the yellow brand, such as Bronson Reed, Mercedes Martinez or Bobby Fish, from the WWE interiors the news had started that soon NXT would have undergone a real and proper revolution at the hands of the Chairman of the company himself, who would soon upset the entire show, modifying the lighting sets, the CWC setting, creating a new logo and even a new format for NXT.

Apparently everything should arrive when NXT will stop being recorded and then between a few episodes and the whole will also see a huge and very important handover, between Triple H, founder of NXT in all respects as we know the show now and the father-in-law, Vince McMahon, who should take over everything together with the right arm Bruce Prichard.

Will NXT stop being run by Triple H?

As stated in one of the latest Wrestling Observer Newsletters, through the words of Bryan Alvarez, it seems that Vince McMahon and Bruce Prichard will replace Triple H and Shawn Michaels in the creative control of NXT in a few weeks, with Alvarez saying: "I've been told by several people that when they return to live shows it will all be under the production of Vince McMahon and Bruce Prichard.

I would like to remind everyone that seeing the show, in case, you might notice the change, as I was told several times by fans that Vince had been booking NXT for a year already and instead it wasn't true and you didn't believe me.

Well, it seems that very soon this thing will be effective at the command of NXT." Apparently the creature par excellence of the WWE COO, Triple H, seems to be back in the hands of the father who owns the company, with Vince McMahon being called to overtime.

every week, especially the weeks in which there will also be TakeOver and PPV on the main roster, with the McMahon-Prichard duo, who will have five great shows to book in a single week, including the tv tapings of each roster.

Ric Flair's second stint with WWE ended last year as some business disagreements led to him asking for his release from the company. Flair has asserted that he still has a good relationship with WWE as well as WWE Chairman Vince McMahon.

Flair's last involvement in a storyline in WWE saw him take Lacey Evans' side, who was in a feud with his daughter, Charlotte Flair.