In the Worldwide Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) world, as widely seen on the second night of the NXT special show dedicated to the reborn Great American Bash brand, in the main event of the show Keith Lee beat the now ex-NXT absolute champion Adam Cole, graduating for the first time in his career NXT Champion also maintaining the North American champion belt that Lee already held before the match.
After only two weeks, the double champion of NXT, however, thought it well to give up the secondary belt of North American champion, in order not to clip the wings of less famous colleagues, with two belts in the hand of the same person who could have limited the possibilities to the other NXT superstars and to the show's General Manager, William Regal, who immediately called a Ladder match for the next TakeOver to invest the new secondary champion of the yellow show.
Possibility of WWE punishing NXT star
At the Great American Bash event, Keith Lee defeated Adam Cole in the main event of the second day and became both the NXT North American Champion and NXT Champion. As reported immediately after the first night of Great American Bash, one of the NXT Indian stars, Saurav Gurjar, had spoiled a good week before the event, the main event finale recorded in the previous NXT session, except then immediately delete the photo from the famous social network.
Apparently, according to reports from the well-known Fightful website, Worldwide Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) is said to have immediately taken action against the Indian of NXT, demanding a public apology with the whole crew in the backstage of NXT, in a meeting that WWE organized on purpose for the event.
According to what is reported on the pages of the well-known site, in fact: "Fightful learned that in the last set of NXT tapings, in a backstage meeting held with Indus Sher, Saurav Gurjar had to apologize for spoiling the results of the match for both titles that still had to go on TV."
According to what was also revealed by the well-known overseas site, there would be no particular heat towards the Indian boy in the WWE backstage, with Matt Bloom, head of the NXT training team, who is still said to be a big fan of the Indian couple of the WWE's third roster.
It was also noted that WWE Performance Center head coach Matt Bloom is high on him. There is “no significant heat on him” and it is doubtful he will get punished for it.