Booker T Could Be The Man To Lead NXT 2.0

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With the recent onslaught of releases of the “Triple H Regime” of NXT over the past few years, with names like William Regal, Sarah Stock, Samoa Joe, “Road Dogg” Brian Armstrong, Scotty 2 Hotty, and others either leaving or being released, it’s apparent that WWE has lost all faith in Triple H‘s vision of making […] READ MORE


Wrestling With Edwards Episode 64: AEW Calling Their Shot

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Wrestling With Edwards returns this week to discuss AEW’s big moves to call their shot for their upcoming show at Arthur Ashe Stadium, why Big E winning the WWE Championship is everything that makes WWE still worth checking out, Adam Cole’s future in AEW, and so much more. Here’s the rundown: — Brock Lesnar and […] READ MORE


Pros and Cons of NXT 2.0

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NXT 2.0 finally reared its not-so-anticipated head on tonight’s episode of the show. Almost everything about the rebrand is completely different from the previous two iterations of the developmental brand and let’s just say, not all of them are good. In this piece, I’ll be diving into my first impressions of the show and the […] READ MORE



Wednesday Night Wars: Who Fared Better Between NXT and AEW in Pandemic?

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The modern day adaptation of professional wrestling companies going head to head with live programming, known as a ratings war, began in October 2019 when AEW and WWE set their respective shows in Dynamite and NXT for Wednesday nights, thus creating the “Wednesday Night War”. This so called “War” was ongoing when the Covid pandemic […] READ MORE


Adam Cole and Kyle O’Reilly Flourish Post-Undisputed Era

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Adam Cole and Kyle O’Reilly came to WWE NXT with history. The longtime friends shared time on the rosters of Ring of Honor and Pro Wrestling Guerrilla, sometimes as partners, and sometimes as rivals. On the NXT roster, Cole captured the NXT Championship once and then formed the Undisputed Era faction with O’Reilly, Bobby Fish, […] READ MORE


Ezra Judge: The Unlikely Hero In A Day of NXT Releases

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On Wednesday, May 19, WWE revealed a slew of new releases, this time a round of cuts from the NXT brand. WWE released NXT Superstars Alexander Wolfe, Jessamyn Duke, Vanessa Borne, Kavita Devi, Skyler Storey (Brandi Lauren), and referee Jake Clemons. The biggest release was arguably the long-anticipated separation of the WWE from controversial NXT […] READ MORE