NXT Stars Now Allowed To Work Select Independents – The WWE NXT brand continues to evolve as the developmental show is returning to the road this weekend for the NXT Vengeance Day special that will air on Peacock, their first special held outside of the Performance Center since WrestleMania 38.
The brand is also getting a policy changed as Bryan Alvarez of F4WOnline.com noted on Twitter that WWE NXT “is going to allow talent to work select indies going forward.” He added in a separate tweet that it’s “a pretty big deal.”
After the report, Booker T’s Reality of Wrestling announced they would be working with NXT by using some of their talent at ROW shows. NXT’s Ivy Nile is slated to wrestle at their show on February 11th.
The announcement read like this, “Reality of Wrestling is taking the roster to the NEXT Level! We are proud to announce that we’ll be working with NXT to bring our fans incredible matchups they can’t see anywhere else. Don’t miss the chance to see NXT’s Ivy Nile in action on Sat, Feb 11th in Texas City.”
Booker T, who works as a color commentator for NXT, also said the following: “Excited to merge my NXT favorites with the roster of my students at ROW. Don’t miss a HUGE show next Saturday! Can’t wait to see Ivy Nile in the World Gym Arena!”
Before WWE bought EVOLVE, they had a working relationship with NXT where they used some of their talent. In the case of EVOLVE, they were used as a feeder system for WWE where the company would sign talent.
NXT Stars Now Allowed To Work Select Independents