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Founded August 2012
Style Professional wrestling
Headquarters Full Sail University, Winter Park, Florida
Founder(s) Triple H
Parent WWE
Formerly NXT Wrestling
Florida Championship Wrestling
Website www.wwe.com/shows/wwenxt

WWE NXT is the professional wrestling developmental branch for WWE, based in Winter Park, Florida. From its inception in August 2012 to June 2013, it was a distinct but affiliated developmental territory for WWE under the name NXT Wrestling. In June 2013, the NXT Wrestling website was shut down and NXT content was moved to WWE.com. NXT started a new pay-per-view called NXT Takeover in May 2014. WWE COO Triple H acts as the booker for the organization's television and live events.

NXT has been praised for the high quality of wrestling,[1][2] captivating storylines and for the opportunities they afford female wrestlers to wrestle as opposed to the main roster.[3]


In August 2012, WWE ceased operating Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW), its developmental promotion in Tampa, Florida, deactivated FCW titles, and began running all of its developmental events and operations at Full Sail University under the "NXT Wrestling" banner. WWE had been using the NXT name for a television program featuring rookies from FCW competing to become WWE main roster members, though the "reality television" aspects of the show had been dropped earlier in 2012; WWE NXT now serves as the primary television program for the promotion.[4]

In 2013, several wrestlers who had been released by WWE made allegations regarding wrongdoings in NXT. Trent Barreta and Briley Pierce accused the NXT strength coach of sexually harassing the female NXT wrestlers,[5] while Chase Donovan and Chad Baxter accused Bill DeMott of using homophobic slurs, breaking yardsticks over the backs of developmental wrestlers and pulling out a gun during training. In response, WWE released a statement in July, stating that "There have been no sexual harassment complaints filed against any employee at the WWE's training facility in Orlando. Instead there have been baseless allegations made by disgruntled talent recently released by WWE. Regardless, WWE takes these issues seriously and investigated this matter, concluding that there was no wrongdoing."[6]

On February 27, 2014, NXT held its first live two-hour special event called NXT Arrival, which was also the first live in-ring program broadcast on the WWE Network [7][8][9] Eventually, WWE scheduled more live two-hour special events.[10]

In 2015, NXT promoted its' first live events outside of Florida, with an event scheduled for March in Columbus, Ohio.[11]

Developmental territory champions[edit]

Championship Current champion(s) Reign Date won Days
Location Notes
NXT Championship Kevin Owens 1 February 11, 2015 22 Winter Park, Florida Defeated Sami Zayn at NXT TakeOver: Rival.[12]
NXT Tag Team Championship Buddy Murphy and Wesley Blake 1 January 15, 2015
(aired January 28, 2015)
49 Winter Park, Florida Defeated The Lucha Dragons (Kalisto and Sin Cara) on NXT.[13]
NXT Women's Championship Sasha Banks 1 February 11, 2015 22 Winter Park, Florida Defeated Bayley, Becky Lynch and previous champion Charlotte at NXT TakeOver: Rival.[14]


Male wrestlers[edit]

Ring name Real name Notes
Neville, AdrianAdrian Neville[15] Benjamin Satterly[16]
English, AidenAiden English[17] Matthew Rehwoldt[18]
Angelo Dawkins[19] Gary Gordon
Corbin, BaronBaron Corbin[20] Thomas Pestock
Blake, Blake[21] Cory Weston[22] NXT Tag Team Champion
The Brian Kendrick, The Brian Kendrick[23] Brian Kendrick
Dempsey, BullBull Dempsey[24] James Smith
Cal Bishop[25] Clayton Jack
CJ Parker, CJ Parker[26] Joseph Robinson[27]
Cassady, ColinColin Cassady[28] Bill Morrissey[29]
Dash Wilder[30] Steven Walters
Amore, EnzoEnzo Amore[31] Eric Arndt[32]
Bálor, FinnFinn Bálor[33] Fergal Devitt
Itami, HideoHideo Itami[34] Kenta Kobayashi
Jason Jordan[35] Nathan Everhart
Kalisto, Kalisto[36] Emanuel Rodriguez[37]
Marcus Louis[38] Pierre Marceau
Owens, KevinKevin Owens[39] Kevin Steen NXT Champion
Rawley, MojoMojo Rawley[40] Dean Muhtadi Inactive; shoulder injury
Murphy, Murphy[41] Matt Adams NXT Tag Team Champion
Rhyno, Rhyno[42] Terrance Gerin
Zayn, SamiSami Zayn[43] Rami Sebei
Sawyer Fulton[44] Jacob Southwick
Scott Dawson[45] David Charwood[46]
Simon Gotch[47] Ryan Drago[47]
Crowe, SolomonSolomon Crowe Sam Johnston[48]
Lefort, SylvesterSylvester Lefort[49] Thomas La Ruffa[50]
Dillinger, TyeTye Dillinger[51] Ronnie Arneill
Tyler Breeze, Tyler Breeze[52] Mattias Clement[53]

Female wrestlers[edit]

Ring name Real name Notes
Bliss, AlexaAlexa Bliss[54] Alexis Kaufman
Bayley, Bayley[55] Pamela Martinez[56]
Lynch, BeckyBecky Lynch[57] Rebecca Quin[58]
Carmella, Carmella[59] Leah Van Dale[60] Valet of Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady
Charlotte, Charlotte[61] Ashley Fliehr-Latimer
Brooke, DanaDana Brooke[62] Ashley Sebera
Devin Taylor[63] Brittany Fetkin Backstage interviewer for NXT
JoJo, JoJo[64] Joseann Offerman[65] Also ring announcer for NXT
Banks, SashaSasha Banks[66] Mercedes Kaestner-Varnado[67] NXT Women's Champion

Backstage personnel[edit]

Ring name Real name Notes
Berkley Ottman Berkley Ottman NXT floor Manager
DeMott, BillBill DeMott William DeMott II Head trainer
Gunn, BillyBilly Gunn[68] Monty Sopp Trainer
Brian Duncan Brian Duncan Head Athletic Trainer[69][70]
Ceman, CanyonCanyon Ceman Canyon Ceman Senior director of talent development[71]
David Bailey David Bailey General Manager of the WWE Performance Center [72]
Rhodes, DustyDusty Rhodes[73] Virgil Runnels, Jr.[74] Trainer
Hall of Famer
Brisco, GeraldGerald Brisco Floyd Brisco Recruiter
Hall of Famer[75]
Greg Hamilton Greg Hamilton NXT Live event host; also backstage interviewer
Matt Wichlinski Matt Wichlinski Strength and Conditioning Coach[76]
Ryan Ward Ryan Ward Head of Creative[77]
Keegan, MickeyMickey Keegan Max Pelham Creative[78]
Smiley, NormanNorman Smiley[79][80] Norman Smiley Trainer
Brookside, RobbieRobbie Brookside Robert Brooks Trainer[81]
Amato, SaraSara Amato[82] Sara Amato Trainer
Keirn, SteveSteve Keirn[83] Stephen Keirn Trainer
Tara Halaby Tara Halaby Physical Therapist and Athletic Trainer[69][70]
Taylor, TerryTerry Taylor Paul Taylor lll Trainer


Ring name Real name Notes
Danilo Anfibio[84] Danilo Anfibio
Wuertz, DrakeDrake Wuertz[85] Drake Wuertz
Shawn Bennett[86] Matt Bennett

On-air personalities[edit]

Authority figures[edit]

Authority figures Dates Position
Dusty Rhodes June 20, 2012 (2012-06-20)—September 12, 2013 (2013-09-12) Interim General Manager
John "Bradshaw" Layfield September 12, 2013 (2013-09-12)—July 31, 2014 (2014-07-31) General Manager
William Regal July 31, 2014 (2014-07-31)—present General Manager[87]

(**) Dusty Rhodes was named Interim General Manager of NXT on June 20, 2012, which coincided with the rebranding of NXT into a full-scale developmental promotion. The August 29, 2012 episode (taped July 29, 2012) of NXT identified Rhodes as the NXT Commissioner.


Commentators Dates
Byron Saxton, William Regal and Jim Ross7 June 27, 2012 (2012-06-27)–October 31, 2012 (2012-10-31)
Tony Luftman and William Regal October 24, 2012 (2012-10-24)–October 31, 2012 (2012-10-31)
Tony Dawson, William Regal, Tom Phillips and Brad Maddox8 November 7, 2012 (2012-11-07)–July 31, 2013 (2013-07-31)
Tony Dawson, William Regal, Tom Phillips and Alex Riley8 August 7, 2013 (2013-08-07)–September 20, 2013 (2013-09-20)
Tom Phillips, William Regal, Byron Saxton, Alex Riley, Jason Albert and Renee Young September 20, 2013 (2013-09-20)–April 3, 2014 (2014-04-03)
Tom Phillips, William Regal, Byron Saxton, Rich Brennan, Alex Riley, Jason Albert and Renee Young April 10, 2014 (2014-04-10)–July 24, 2014 (2014-07-24)
Tom Phillips, Byron Saxton, Renee Young, Rich Brennan, Alex Riley and Jason Albert July 31, 2014 (2014-07-31)-September 11, 2014 (2014-09-11)
Rich Brennan, Alex Riley, Jason Albert, Renee Young September 18, 2014 (2014-09-18) – December 11, 2014 (2014-12-11)
Rich Brennan, Alex Riley, Jason Albert, Renee Young and Corey Graves December 11, 2014 (2014-12-11) - January 21, 2015 (2015-01-21)
Rich Brennan, Tom Phillips, Alex Riley, Jason Albert, Renee Young and Corey Graves January 28, 2015 (2015-01-28) - Present
  1. ^ Jim Ross largely only called the main event.
  2. ^ The pairings of Dawson and Regal and Phillips and Maddox commentate on alternate shows. Riley replaced Maddox in August 2013 after Maddox became General Manager of WWE Raw. Scott Stanford serves as narrator.

Ring announcers[edit]

Ring announcer Dates
Caylee Turner, Summer Rae and Chris Russo June 20, 2012 - October 17, 2012
Howard Finkel Main Event, July 29, 2012 (aired August 29, 2012)
Summer Rae and Byron Saxton October 24, 2012 - February 14, 2013
Byron Saxton, Kendall Skye, Alexa Bliss, Eden, and Veronica Lane February 21, 2013 – September 19, 2013
Eden Stiles and JoJo September 26, 2013 – October 10, 2014
Byron Saxton and JoJo October 17, 2014 – Present

Television show[edit]

Main article: WWE NXT (TV series)
NXT Wrestling.png
Created by Vince McMahon
Starring WWE/WWE NXT roster
Opening theme "Roar of the Crowd" by CFO$
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 9
No. of episodes 267 (as of March 4, 2015 (2015-03-04))
Camera setup Multicamera setup
Running time 60 minutes (including commercials)
Original channel WWE Network (2014 (2014) – present)
Internationally syndicated (2012 (2012) – present)
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original run February 23, 2010 (2010-02-23) – present
Related shows WWE Raw
WWE SmackDown
WWE Main Event
WWE Superstars
External links

WWE NXT is a professional wrestling television program produced by WWE that on the WWE Network in the United States. The show (which premiered February 23, 2010 (2010-02-23)) features wrestlers from NXT and WWE. The show currently serves as the flagship program for the eponymous WWE NXT developmental system.

From 2010–2012, WWE aired a previous version of WWE NXT which consisted of pairing "Rookies" with WWE main roster members (known as "Pros"), with the pairs competing in challenges until there was one sole winner. The winners of the show were Wade Barrett (Season 1), Kaval (Season 2), Kaitlyn (Season 3) and Johnny Curtis (Season 4). After season 5, the show was replaced with a homonymous television show featuring the developmental NXT roster.


NXT was taped in large venues before the WWE Smackdown tapings and used the universal WWE HD set from 2010–2012. When WWE revamped the show, they moved the tapings to Full Sail University in Orlando, Florida, with the venue known as Full Sail Live. WWE started taping NXT in Florida on May 17, 2012.[88] Tickets are available free for Full Sail students; general admission for non-students is $10.[89] NXT aired on Syfy from 2010-2011. In 2011, when SmackDown moved to Syfy, NXT moved to WWE.COM, and after Season 5, NXT stopped broadcasting in the US until September 2012 when WWE reached a deal with Hulu Plus, on which new episodes of NXT began airing September 26, 2012.[90] On August 22, 2013, Hulu announced that all episodes of "NXT" would no longer be exclusive to Hulu Plus subscribers, and would be available for viewing through both Hulu and Hulu Plus.[91]

NXT began airing on the WWE Network on February 27, 2014 with a live event called NXT Arrival.

International broadcasters[edit]

NXT is also televised on a number of channels in many different countries.

Country Network Ref
Arab world OSN [92][93][94]
Australia Fox8 [95]
Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka TEN Sports [96][97][98]
Cambodia CTN [99]
Canada WWE Network (Canada) [100]
France Action [101]
Germany, Austria, Switzerland,
Luxembourg, and Liechtenstein
ProSieben Fun [102][103][104]
India TEN Sports [108]
Italy Sky Italia [109]
Japan J Sports 1 [110]
Latin America Fox Sports Latinoamérica [111]
Malaysia Astro SuperSport [112]
Mexico Viva Sports [113]
Philippines Fox Channel Asia [114]
Poland Extreme Sports Channel [115]
Portugal SportTV 3 [116]
Romania Sport.ro
Singapore SuperSports
South Africa e.tv [117]
Taiwan Videoland Max-TV [118]
Thailand CTH
Ukraine QTV, Mega [119]
United Kingdom and Ireland Sky Sports 3 & Sky Sports 3 HD [120][121]

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