WWE set to introduce more NXT brands in 2023


WWE has a presence in over 150 countries around the world, and the company is now keen to expand its development brand to international markets, including Japan and Mexico.

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Shawn Michaels spoke about WWE’s plans to take on NXT International during the post-Halloween Havoc scrimmage. The WWE Hall of Fame shares some exciting news regarding what WWE has in store for the white and gold brand.

“I know there’s been talk about NXT Japan and NXT Mexico. If I understand correctly, those announcements could come in 2023, so this business is still growing and expanding. I know a guy who’s interested in NXT and its expansion, so I’m sure those things aren’t very far off at all.

For those not in the know, Triple H is very keen on expanding his wrestling philosophy and the WWE product as a whole. Triple H and Shawn Michaels are already working to put NXT Europe on the map. We will have to wait until 2023 to find out.

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October 22, 2022 11:52 p.m.

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Manik Aftab is a news editor at Ringside News. He has been an avid professional wrestling fan since 2000. His earliest memories of professional wrestling involved The Rock against the McMahon-Helmsley faction in 2000. Outside of his writing responsibilities, Manik is a fan of fiction, thrillers, comics comics, manga and anime. He is an occasional journalist and likes to spend his free time watching movies and reading about politics, science, medicine, etc. Manik also enjoys jogging in the park and working out at the gym. Manik is also a big rock band including Linkin Park, Breaking Benjamin, Metallica, Drowning Pool, Breaking Point and Skillet. His current favorite wrestler is Kazuchika Okada and his all-time favorite wrestler is The Rock.

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