NXT Takeover: The End of the Beginning was presented live from Full Sail University last night and it was stated throughout the show that this was the beginning of a new era for WWE's developmental territory.
WWE's main roster has recently began a new era of it's own with Shane McMahon and Stephanie in charge and it seems that Triple H has decided to follow suit with his own brand.
This could be a hint that the likes of Finn Balor and Bayley may have made their last NXT appearances, but looking at last night's show, it seems that they have left the company in great hands.
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FRESH MIXTURE OF NEW TALENT
Last night's NXT Takeover show saw the debut of Andrade Almas as he took on The Perfect 10 Tye Dillinger in the show opener. Dillinger proved that he is one of the most underrated WWE superstars in the entire company when he made use of the rare opportunity at a Takeover event.
Almas also made an impact on his debut, getting the win over one of NXT's main stays before two more superstars made their NXT debut's in a much more dominant fashion.
The men now known as The Authors of Pain attacked American Alpha following their match with The Revival where they lost their Tag Team Championships, the men were scouted by legendary tag team wrestling manager Paul Ellering and it could mean that their is set to be a huge shake up in the tag team division.
NXT HEADING TO BROOKLYN
Asuka also retained her Women's Championship last night over Nia Jax whilst newcomers Austin Aries and Shinsuke Nakamura put on an absolute clinic in what was a bucket list match for many fans.
NXT now heads to Brooklyn with the ear of Samoa Joe well and truly underway, but the main speculation seems to suggest that Joe could be defending his Championship against Nakamura when NXT head to the arena that they sold out last year when they went live the night before SummerSlam.
It will be once again the biggest event of NXT's year and it will be the first time the company has left Full Sail University this year which will mean that they will be looking to make an impact. Despite the fact that Bayley and Finn may have made their final NXT appearances, it seems they have left the company in more than capable hands and they are now free to join WWE's main roster as part of the brand split.
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