NXT call-ups will only succeed on WWE's main roster if Vince McMahon is impressed

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Although there's always plenty of excitement when NXT stars are called-up to the main roster, there' also a sense of nervousness for everyone involved.

Triple H doesn't want his stars to fail on the big stage, the names moving up to a new level will be eager to succeed and the fans don't want to see their favourite NXT stars fail.

NXT CALL-UPS

We've seen both sides of the spectrum in WWE - those that were destined for success in the so-called developmental brand have often failed to live up to the hype while unique names like Elias did very little in NXT yet excelled on Monday Night RAW.

Since the shake-up was announced by the McMahon family on the red brand earlier this week, fans now know which stars will be leaving NXT to join the main roster very soon, on either brand.

Lars Sullivan is a name that has been tossed around for a while with big things expected for him, while the likes of Nikki Cross, Lacey Evans and EC3 are also moving up.

One tag team that's finally leaving NXT is Heavy Machinery, with Tucker Knight and Otis Dozovic trying their luck at being a team that finds great success on the main roster on either RAW or SmackDown LIVE - something not many have succeeded in doing recently.

However, Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer has revealed that Heavy Machinery might be destined to fail on the main roster because of Vince McMahon.

SUCCESS OR FAILURE

According to Cageside Seats, Meltzer highlighted that he heard from a source that whether or not Vince ends up liking Dozovic in particular will determine if Heavy Machinery will make it on the main roster, not necessarily Knight.

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So, it sounds like if Dozovic can't impress Vince early on, then Heavy Machinery could end up as part of a long list of tag teams that have failed to cement themselves as a genuine threat in the tag team division, in regards to NXT call-ups.

However, it seems like Dozovic knows how to get the fans behind him so that could come into play.

Although, doing that on NXT compared to doing it on RAW or SmackDown on a weekly basis is an entirely different ball game.

What do you make of Vince McMahon's thoughts on Heavy Machinery? Have YOUR say in the comments section below.

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