WWE Rumour: Check which NXT Talent is set to be called for WWE’s main roster?

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WWE Rumour: Check which NXT Talent is set to be called for WWE’s main roster?  Week after week, WWE has been releasing its superstar owing to budget cuts. The latest lot of releases came on June 2 when former Universal Champion Braun Strowman, along with five others, was released from the company. The names who faced the axe were Aleister Black, Ruby Riott, Santana Garrett, Buddy Murphy, and Lana.

After multiple releases in the past three months, words are making rounds that WWE is planning to shake up things by calling some booming talents from WWE NXT to the main roster.

WWE Rumour: Officials planning main-roster call-ups from WWE NXT

According to Fightful select, the company is planning to move several booming talents from the Black & Gold brand to the main roster. The names of these talents, however, haven’t been made official yet. We will keep you updated with the same.

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Yesterday the WWE officials were present at the Performance Center in Orlando, Florida, to watch the PC Live Matches. These are the in-house live events featuring the developmental and NXT talents competing. Many of the WWE coaches, scriptwriters, talent acquisition personnel were also present, namely Bruce Prichard, Canyon Ceman, Jamie Noble, Matt Bloom, and the former WWE Raw general manager John Laurinaitis.

WWE Rumour: Could this be a fresh start for WWE heading into Summerslam?

Aleister Black and Braun Strowman’s release came as a big surprise for the WWE universe. People were unable to digest the news of their release, but it seems like this is the way forward for WWE.

The company is trying to give raw and new talent a better push heading into Summerslam. Adam Cole, Finn Balor, Johny Gargano, Dexter Lumis, Kyle O’Reilly, etc., are some of the names who deserve a main roster push. Therefore, we will have to wait and see what names are in line to get the push.