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WWE NXT: A New Beginning, Young New Stars Debut

by Pavitra Shome

WWE’s 3rd brand NXT has undergone a major transition, debuting a new look and feel on September 14, 2021. This featured a new stage set and design, showing up a colorful vibe instead of the long-run black and gold theme. The set was revealed on Twitter. Have a look:

This won’t be a detailed analysis. It will be a basic rundown of the whole show and an Author’s Opinion in the end.

The show opened with a good amount of cheers and the fans were really digging the remodeled show. Many of the Performance Center trainees made their in-ring debut which includes Bron Breakker, Josh Briggs & Brooks Jensen, Katrina Cortez, Trick Williams, Dan Jarmon & Trevor Skelly, Von Wagner, & Ivy Nile, the fresh recruit of The Diamond Mine. Some good matches, Mandy Rose debuted a new look, InDex’s wedding which was very entertaining and was a success, and a New NXT Champion was crowned.  

Author’s Opinion:  Apart from the logo, the set, the stage looks amazing. Some fans will get used to it after a few days. The first show was good to watch with some great fatal 4-way action, and Tommaso Ciampa winning the championship gold or Goldie back after Samoa Joe relinquished the title. NXT is building new generation superstars for the future with less hiring of independent circuit wrestlers . Triple H, who is the producer is not in charge for now due to his recent cardiac event. Reports state that Vince McMahon and Bruce Prichard are also a part of the production, with Kevin Dunn being backstage on the first episode of NXT 2.0. The fans also had a positive response so it is the future. RIP to the Black and Gold Theme. It will be missed.

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