Another NXT star made their main roster debut, plus find out what member of a wrestling royal family also popped up on WWE Main Event.
At tonight’s WWE Raw taping, there were several NXT sightings.
Not only were fans treated to watching a Main Event taping, they got to see several big stars from NXT including one member of wrestling royalty.
Charlie Dempsey (son of William Regal) was on hand tonight for the tapings to take on Shelton Benjamin although it wasn’t his first go on the main roster.
The debuting NXT star is NXT UK alum, Nathan Frazer hit the Main Event ring for the first time, taking on Bronson Reed.
Frazer, trained by Seth Rollins, is certainly set for a bright future in WWE and a match on Main Event is said to be promising sign that WWE execs are pleased with your work on NXT, although it isn’t an indication of an imminent call-up as the majority of NXT stars have appeared at this point.
WWE NXT continues to prepare for the upcoming premium live event, NXT Stand & Deliver on WrestleMania Saturday, April 1, 2023.
Another NXT Women’s Championship ladder match qualifier was advertised on tonight’s WWE Raw putting Tiffany Stratton against Indi Hartwell set for tomorrow night’s Tuesday show (March 21).
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