All You Need to Know About WWE NXT 2.0’s Spectacular Set

WWE NXT 2.0 has revealed its face on September 14th, 2021. The new arena looks prepared to seat the audience with the ring right in the middle, with lights and sounds surrounding the arena.

While NXT arenas aren’t as grand as Raw or SmackDown, it holds a certain aura. These arenas are the typical fight arenas. A small set of audience gathers around while the Superstars go to battle.

There’s significant space between the ring and the first row of the seating area. However, it’s still close enough to give the look and feel of an authentic fight club.

New #WWENXT set looks great. pic.twitter.com/czCOYUKkzB

— Wrestling News (@WrestlingNewsCo) September 14, 2021

WWE NXT 2.0 is about bringing the sports entertainment closer to The WWE Universe, quite literally!

Now, it seems like WWE is done with the NXT revamp as it had announced. Nevertheless, more changes can be expected as the brand continues to grow!

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Vince McMahon has reportedly taken over WWE NXT

During the revamp, news emerged that Vince McMahon is taking over production for the Gold and Black brand. Even though the fans weren’t too excited about the situation, if McMahon has decided to take over, then it’s happening.

Some of the fans did not want Vince McMahon taking over WWE NXT and making it into something that is extremely similar to Raw or SmackDown. In fact, a significant portion of the WWE Universe revealed that they started re-watching WWE productions after NXT’s production. However, all these days, Triple H was primarily running NXT, but it doesn’t seem that way anymore.

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Vince McMahon being honored at the 2,357th Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony held on Hollywood Blvd on March 14, 2008 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Alexandra Wyman/WireImage)

One of the reasons McMahon could be taking over WWE NXT productions is because the brand is going extremely well for itself, and could potentially become WWE’s official third brand.

Most of the Superstars moving from NXT roster to the main roster have already created a fanbase during their time at NXT. Therefore, it would make much more sense to stop treating NXT as a starter brand and make it as big as Raw and SmackDown.

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As of now, it’s unknown exactly who is running NXT. However, the Gold and Black brand continues to grow with the WWE Universe becoming more invested in the brand’s productions.

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