WWE NXT Makes A Significant Change That WWE Fans Will Love
In honor of NXT 2.0’s year anniversary, WWE aired a jam-packed show tonight that featured Championship battles, a steel cage match, welcome comebacks, unexpected team-ups, and a significant Title change.
But that wasn’t all; WWE reserved its most unexpected move for last. A film that discussed the journey to this point and how NXT has always been a platform for the next stars to develop was aired as the episode drew close.
The video said the mission will remain the same and isn’t changing, but it also unveiled a significant makeover to the brand’s appearance and logo, which WWE fans are sure to adore. With a new logo that drops the 2.0 from the logo and branding but preserves the more modern typeface and looks from the NXT 2.0 period, WWE unveiled their redesigned brand.
The logo pays homage to the traditional black and gold color scheme by being white on the inside and gold on the exterior with a darker background, giving it a vintage look while maintaining a 2.0 vibe. It’s a nice blending of the old and the new.
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There will likely be more changes as several NXT stars appear to be moving to Raw or SmackDown, especially after tonight’s conclusion of the developmental brand’s matches. The North American Champion is currently Solo Sikoa, and Carmelo Hayes could pursue him to SmackDown to recapture his title.
Nikkita Lyons, Bron Breakker, and other prominent performers are ready to join Toxic Attraction on the Raw or SmackDown roster at the first opportunity. The future of this most recent version of NXT is undoubtedly bright, and it will be intriguing to see what else is in store for it now that Triple H is in charge of WWE Creative.