NXT: WWE’s Crown Jewel

NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn was fire! Yet another brilliant show from the developmental brand, has once again overshadowed WWE Summerslam. NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn was full of wonderful matches and surprises, which emphasized why NXT is not dead.

Furthermore NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn proved that NXT as a brand is hugely important to WWE. While the main-roster might be putting you to sleep, make sure you keep your eyes open for NXT every week.

Adam Cole Debuts At NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn

Upon Drew Mcintyre winning the NXT Champion, a new star made his first ever appearance in WWE. Adam Cole jumped the guardrail and attacked Mcintyre, to a deafening ovation. After officially signing with WWE weeks ago, Adam Cole finally made his long awaited NXT debut.

With the help of a reunited reDRAGON, Kyle O’Reilly and Bobby Fish aided Cole in taking out NXT Champion Drew Mcintyre. Cole has made his intentions clear; he wants that NXT Champion and he is coming for it.

The show closed out with Cole, O’Reilly and Fish on the ramp. But the final visual being “ADAM COLE, BAY BAY” ripping through the Barclays Center. Welcome to NXT Adam Cole, BAY BAY.

reDragon Reunion

SAnity wonthe NXT Tag Team Championships in a blockbuster bout against The Authors of Pain, however their celebrations were cut short. Kyle O’Reilly and Bobby Fish jumped the new champions and laid them out, signalling their intentions for the NXT Tag Team Champions. reDragon are back and in WWE.

In addition to this the duo would also aid Adam Cole in his assault on NXT Champion Drew Mcintyre, all but confirming the trio to be on the same page. Seemingly reDragon are next in-line for the NXT Tag Team Champions, but what do the trio of Adam Cole, Kyle O’Reilly and Bobby Fish have in-store for NXT?