NXT is now broadcast live on the USA Network in millions of homes across America. Despite this, the show emanates live from Full Saul University, with only 400 people in attendance.
By comparison, All Elite Wrestling is filming their TV episodes each Wednesday in venues that can hold over 10,000 people.
It has been speculated that NXT will soon be moving out of Full Sail and becoming a full touring WWE brand like Raw and Smackdown.
Dave Meltzer has added fuel to the speculation by saying that someone within NXT texted him to say that they need to move out of Full Sail.
“If you’re looking for a time, it was 72 minutes before my first text from someone in WWE that, “We’ve got to get out of this building.”
There is no word on if WWE is currently planning to move out of Full Sail, but they are only selling tickets for TV tapings in Florida until the end of 2019.
However, I would not be surprised for NXT to announce they will be becoming a touring brand in the coming weeks.
Vince McMahon will see AEW putting on shows for significantly more people and want to try and convince a few to watch the black and gold brand.
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