‘Major Plans’ In The Works For New WWE Brand

5 months ago by Sanchez Taylor

‘Major Plans’ In The Works For New WWE Brand WWE

An update has emerged on plans for NXT Europe, following recent cuts with NXT UK going on a ‘hiatus’.

Following the announcement that NXT Europe would be launching in 2023, WWE released a large portion of the NXT UK roster.

These cuts, along with commentator Nigel McGuinness’ WWE release, have led to speculation that NXT Europe isn’t a top priority for WWE heading into next year.

Per Dave Meltzer in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, WWE, BT Sport and other potential partners have big plans for the new brand. Meltzer wrote:

“Some will take this McGuinness firing as another sign that NXT Europe isn’t happening any time soon. Those in the company say that WWE and (BT Sport) as well as new potential broadcast partners in Europe all have major plans for it.”

At NXT Worlds Collide, the NXT UK titles were unified with the US NXT brand’s gold. Pretty Deadly won a fourway bout to walk out with both brands’ tag team titles, Mandy Rose defeated Meiko Satomura and Blair Davenport to become the Undisputed NXT Women’s Champion and Bron Breakker pinned Tyler Bate to unify the NXT and NXT UK championships.

It is currently unclear what NXT Europe will look like, but as indicated by this report, plans for the brand are definitely in the works.

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