Ricochet gives valuable advice to WWE fans



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Ricochet gives valuable advice to WWE fans

Ricochet talked about the new NXT 2.0. The former WWE Intercontinental Champion thinks fans of the yellow and black show need time to adjust to the new changes in his opinion. Over the past year, NXT has been revolutionized through and through.

In September 2021, several new superstars were introduced for the new NXT 2.0. Suddenly, NXT 2.0 was born which gave birth to a new generation of talents such as Bron Breakker, Tony D'Angelo, Grayson Waller and many others, after the end of the adventures of Johnny Gargano, Adam Cole, Tommaso Ciampa and Ricochet.

Many former NXT talents have been released, others have changed federations over time or moved to the main roster, leaving few in the new brand.

Ricochet opens up on NXT 2.0

In an interview with NBC Sports Boston, one of the faces of the old NXT, Ricochet talked about why he thinks some fans were surprised by the 2021 revolution and still need time to get used to it: “I think, nothing in this industry, be it forever.

Change never stops. WWE is now just trying something new, something different but I think it was something so fast that people haven't even had a chance to adapt to the novelty. So now I think that changing again, going back to what the show once was, wouldn't make sense.

Now it may take something like this and different like NXT 2.0 because I feel it will be better than in the past, I think this could seriously bring some NXT 2.0 stars to Raw and SmackDown. It could really start a new era. It could be something bigger than in the past, who knows? I think it's great to think ahead and know what will come of it."

Ricochet returned to NXT facing Carmelo Hayes for the NXT North American Championship at Worlds Collide. The match was then won by Hayes who successfully defended the title before losing it recently to Solo Sikoa, who had to give it back to Shawn Michaels in last night's episode of NXT.

WWE Superstar Shelton Benjamin recently compared Ricochet to Marvel Comics superhero Spider-Man. "If you had asked me this maybe when this movie was made, I would say Spider-Man's moves are pretty unrealistic," said Benjamin.

"But then I have to point out guys like Ricochet, who can literally do anything that you've seen in this clip. This day and age I can't say they're unrealistic."