NXT is currently one of the single best wrestling brands out there. The storylines are detailed and engaging, with the black and gold brand boasts some of the best in-ring workers on the planet.
Up to this point, the company has been spearheaded by Triple H, but that could be about to change.
NXT is set to move from the WWE Network to FS1 by October. If reports are to be believed, then NXT will now be a two hour show, going directly head-to-head with AEW’s new TNT TV show.
With NXT becoming a live TV show on a major cable network, Dave Meltzer has reported that Triple H’s influence on the show might decrease.
Taking to Twitter, Meltzer states that Kevin Dunn and Vince McMahon would “have to” be involved with NXT in some capacity when it goes to FS1 and begins running for two hours.
They'd have to https://t.co/vRMIVA5f1t
— Dave Meltzer (@davemeltzerWON) August 9, 2019
There is no word on what influence Vince and Kevin will have on the new show, but expect some changes from the NXT under Triple H we have all grown to know and love.