NXT Call-Ups Expected Soon, Performance Center Channel Launched

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Most WWE fans are looking forward to the Survivor Series pay-per-view this Sunday night, but on the night before competitors from Raw and SmackDown go head to head, NXT Takeover will be taking place. This Saturday’s Takeover show will feature the return of the WarGames match, and the very best talents from the NXT brand will be featured on the card. However, the Takeover event could very well mark the final NXT appearances for some members of the current roster. It appears that there may be a few main roster call-ups in the works at the moment, and some of these NXT wrestlers could be appearing on the main WWE brands not too long after Survivor Series comes to an end this weekend.
According to a report from Wrestling Observer Radio, WWE is expected to bring in a few new additions to the main roster after Survivor Series occurs this Sunday. Which NXT Superstars being considered for the promotions were not revealed, but the debuts could be taking place as soon as Raw next Monday night and on SmackDown the following evening. The events from NXT Takeover: WarGames will likely determine who may be on the way out of WWE’s developing third brand. NXT is loaded with incredible talent such as Ricochet, The Velveteen Dream, The Undisputed Era, and Aleister Black just to list a few names, so WWE’s two top brands could definitely benefit from receiving some fantastic new competitors from NXT very soon.
During Triple H’s recent media call to promote NXT Takeover: WarGames, “The Game” was asked about the possibility of WWE bringing back the Breaking Ground reality series, which was a behind the scenes WWE Network series about NXT stars training in the Performance Center. Although Triple H did not appear confident that the show would return, WWE has instead chosen to launch a brand new YouTube channel completely dedicated to the PC and the aspiring wrestlers training inside of the Orlando facility. Three videos have been uploaded to the channel already: a behind the scenes video showing the process of creating action figures with Mattel, an “Ask the PC” video, and the first episode of the mini-documentary, Arrival. The first episode of arrival focuses on the signing and debut of Matt Riddle.

Announcing the @WWEPC YouTube Channel! Catch real-life stories from aspiring @WWE Superstars such as @SuperKingofBros, and stay tuned for much more! https://t.co/dEKKEyR29d pic.twitter.com/PfuRwqmBIf
— Performance Center (@WWEPC) November 14, 2018

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