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The 6 NXT superstars that will debut on the main roster after WM 34 have been leaked

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WrestleMania season is by far and away the favourite time in the WWE calendar for WWE fans, but it's for more than just the action.

Of course, WrestleMania itself is a monstrous event and has become the holy grail of the wrestling industry, but the season features the Royal Rumble, the Elimination Chamber and the infamous night WrestleMania Raw, too.

While some huge matchups are made for the Grandaddy of Them All, under the surface, some fresh up and coming talent begin to make their names on a global stage.

The NXT TakeOver events that are held the night before WrestleMania and the other big four pay-per-views have become notorious for setting the bar ridiculously high for the main roster to follow.

Triple H's brainchild has grown far beyond the developmental territory it was originally meant to be; NXT is now the home of the vast majority of the top independent stars in the world.

Following their exploits at TakeOver, it has become almost customary that some NXT stars find their way into the Andre the Giant Battle Royale and some go on to debut on the Raw or SmackDown following WrestleMania.

So, who is set to make the cut this year?

According to the previously reliable @SliceWrestling Twitter account, all of Ember Moon, the Authors of Pain, Andrade Almas, Johnny Gargano and Drew McIntyre are going to be on the main roster following the showpiece event.

Of course, Almas is the current NXT champion after successfully defending against Gargano at NXT TakeOver: Philadelphia.

Rumour has it Aleister Black will dethrone Almas the night before WrestleMania and become the centerpiece of the 'new NXT' while Adam Cole and his Undisputed Era stable are likely to be hot on his heels.

Last year, Shinsuke Nakamura joined SmackDown after WrestleMania and The Revival made their debut on Raw.

While there is no indication right now who will go where, chances are the AOP will end up on Raw with the Bludgeon Brothers already on SD Live.

Also, seeing as Ronda Rousey will be joining Raw, Moon would be a smart addition for SD Live.

What do you guys think about the call-ups? Let us know in the comments below.

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