Has WWE canceled a new NXT character yet?



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Has WWE canceled a new NXT character yet?

In recent weeks, there has been a real revolution at NXT, with WWE wanting to change many things about its third brand, from the colors of the show to the sets of the lights, passing through the format and the roster. In addition to seeing a new face of the show, since NXT became NXT 2.0, we have also seen numerous new athletes treading the colorful brand of the Stamford company, from Von Wagner to Bronn Breakker, passing through Tony D'Angelo.

All these new athletes have been strongly desired by the management of the company, which would like to build its Superstars of the future, with such very young faces that in fact have gone to take the place of veterans eliminated by WWE, such as Bobby Fish, Bronson Reed, Franky Monet and Mercedes Martinez, all released in the past few weeks.

In the episode of NXT that aired this week, WWE had begun to advertise the arrival of a new "Daddy's Girl", played by fighter Tiffany Stratton, who was theoretically supposed to debut in the coming weeks. At the moment, it is not known if WWE will continue the program with the girl, given that conflicting news arrives from the USA, where Dave Meltzer and colleague Alvarez obviously wanted to put a hand in us, leaving room for doubts in the minds of WWE fans.

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According to what was declared in the last Live of the Wrestling Observer by Bryan Alvarez and Dave Meltzer, it would seem that the WWE has rethought us on the debut of the girl with the character of the Daddy's Girl, with the well-known journalists who have in fact said: "I don't know if it would be okay for me, but I won't take credit for it.

But while I can't help, I'll tell you that in the last few hours I've heard WWE seem to have backtracked on this daddy's girl and her character thing, so we'll see. I don't know how many cartoons and promos they had already recorded but if there is no more talk of 'daddy', then we will know why.

You heard it first”. Now let's take a look at the cartoon staged for WWE in the latest episode aired on NXT's USA Network by the company. Both superstars displayed sportsmanship before the start of the match. They kicked off the bout with a few pinfall attempts, but neither was successful.

Blade applied a headlock on Enofe, but the latter was able to get out and deliver an arm drag and a side headlock of his own. He attempted a running attack on Blade, but the latter nailed a precision dropkick on his opponent.