In the last few weeks, there have been a lot of changes within the roster of the third WWE brand: NXT. After deciding to revolutionize the WWE Tuesday night show a bit, the management of the Stamford-based company has significantly changed what was the format and characteristics of the former black and gold brand, transforming the lighting sets, the arena, the colors, the logo and also the format.
In addition to seeing all these changes in appearance, WWE also wanted to revolutionize the roster, releasing numerous Superstars, even quite historical, such as Bobby Fish or Ember Moon, preferring instead new recruits, who will thus be able to make themselves known in the company's rings of the McMahons, but who obviously have a decidedly reduced age compared to the released ones.
Apparently, in recent weeks, another great storyline has also been abandoned by the WWE, especially after one of the protagonists has been moved to the main roster, thanks to the Draft at the end of the year. We are talking about the all-Chinese stable, formed by Boa, Xia Li and Mei Ying.
Apparently, according to what was reported by PW Insider, the WWE would have eliminated any idea and any on-screen reference to Mei Ying, or the rather dark spiritual teacher of Boa and Xia Li, also seen in a match against Indi Hartwell of a few weeks does.
Backstage news on Mei Ying
As reported by the well-known site, in fact: "WWE NXT 2.0 silently made the mysterious character of Mei Ying who was associated with Xia Li and Boa disappear before Li was moved to the WWE main roster." Apparently, even the Chinese saint would have ended up in the oblivion of the WWE after weeks on-screen, with a stalemate that leaves the fans more and more perplexed, especially because now, without plans, the athlete risks release like all colleagues.
already released, (even in the night), without a destination in the rings of the Stamford-based company. We report below the only physical match played by the athlete in the NXT ring with her dark and gloomy character, who died before his time.
WWE NXT had a few segments that fell flat this week. Pete Dunne defeated Cameron Grimes on the show before beating down Kyle O’Reilly with Ridge Holland. Von Wagner helped walk KOR backstage where he told him they were facing Dunne and Holland next week in one of the most awkward segments of the year. Meanwhile, Ikemen Jiro picked up another quick loss on NXT this week.