WWE is reportedly now discussing potential plans for an NXT touring schedule.
The brand has not had a full tour since its ‘Black & Gold’ era. Per Dave Meltzer on Wrestling Observer Radio, there have been more serious talks in recent weeks about the brand’s return to the road.
Noting that plans aren’t yet set in stone, Meltzer said:
“There have been talks, and it’s not ‘official official’, but they are probably gonna start touring relatively soon. Of course I heard that last year, there was a time where it was about to happen and then they didn’t pull the trigger, but it’s back in the talking stage and serious talking and there’s, like I said, nothing official, but the belief is that they will be touring.
“I can’t imagine with this crew that they will tour nationally. I think it’s probably just the Florida shows, but that’s what I was talking about before – just run a couple of Florida shows, give these people some ring time, get them to learn how to wrestle in a non-television format and things like that.”
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It was also recently reported that WWE was in talks to have NXT return to Full Sail University. Weekly episodes of NXT 2.0 has aired live from the WWE Performance Center since October 2020.
The date of the next NXT special, NXT In Your House 2022, has now been revealed.
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