NXT TakeOver: WWE decides future of events in new 2.0 era

WWE is set to continue with NXT TakeOver events in the new era of the brand

NXT TakeOver events, often regarded as the best in professional wrestling, are sticking around in the new era of Triple H's brand.

NXT has taken a new route towards more of a developmental brand with the new NXT 2.0, and many people speculated that this change would have spelt the end for TakeOver events. 

However, it seems like WWE is going to still be putting on the big NXT specials, as reports have suggested that one is being planned for next month.

Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics is reporting that WWE is "tentatively" planning to put on the first special event of the NXT 2.0 era on December 5.

The report does note that it's unclear whether or not the events are going to be called NXT TakeOver shows, or whether or not they'll be given different names moving forward.

However, it's good to hear that WWE is still intending on putting on special events, similar to the likes of which we've previously seen with TakeOver shows.

NXT TakeOver events are widely regarded as the best and most consistent wrestling shows on the planet, so WWE will be hoping for more of the same with the new versions in the 2.0 era of NXT.

NXT Halloween Havoc took place last week, with the NXT Tag Team Championship, NXT Women's Tag Team Championship and NXT Women's Championship all changing hands.

The only champion to retain their title on the show was Tommaso Ciampa, who was able to prevent Bron Breakker from beating him for the NXT Championship on the show.

More on the future plans for WWE NXT 2.0, make sure you stay tuned to GiveMeSport.

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