WWE’s Senior Vice President of Talent Development Creative, Shawn Michaels joined “Morning In America” this week to discuss NXT’s move to The CW in 2024.
You can check out a video of the interview below:
Logan Paul’s WWE Crown Jewel 2023 vlog is now online. Paul won the United States Championship from WWE Hall of Famer Rey Mysterio at the Saudi Arabia event.
You can check out Paul’s vlog below:
The latest edition of “WWE Playlist” showcases an hour of betrayals. You can check that out below:
NJPW has officially relaunched its NJPW World service which includes the NJPW World app across iOS, Android, and Roku devices.
And finally, NJPW Lonestar Shootout 2023 takes place on November 10 at the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, Texas.
You can check out the updated lineup for the show below:
* NEVER Openweight Championship Match: Shingo Takagi (c) vs. Trent Beretta
* IWGP Women’s Championship Match: Mayu Iwatani (c) vs. Stephanie Vaquer
* NJPW Strong Openweight Championship Match: Eddie Kingston (c) vs. Satoshi Kojima
* Jon Moxley & Wheeler Yuta vs. David Finlay & KENTA
* NJPW TV Championship Match: Zack Sabre Jr. (c) vs. Mike Bailey
* NJPW Strong Openweight Tag Team Championship Match: El Phantasmo & Hikuleo (c) vs. The West Coast Wrecking Crew.
* Toru Yano vs. Joey Janela
* Mistico vs. TJP
* The Guerrlllas of Destiny & KUSHIDA & Kevin Knight vs. Chase Owens & Gabe Kidd & Clark Connors & Alex Coughlin
* Atlantis & Tiger Mask & Mascara Dorada vs. Ultimo Guerrero & Rocky Romero & Hechicero
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WWE’s NXT Moves to The CW in 2024: What You Need to Know
In a recent interview on “Morning In America,” WWE’s Senior Vice President of Talent Development Creative, Shawn Michaels, discussed NXT’s move to The CW in 2024. This move has generated a lot of excitement and speculation among wrestling fans. Let’s take a closer look at what this means for NXT and its fans.
The CW is a popular television network known for its diverse programming, including shows like “Arrow,” “The Flash,” and “Riverdale.” By partnering with The CW, NXT will have the opportunity to reach a wider audience and gain more mainstream exposure. This move aligns with WWE’s goal of expanding its reach and attracting new viewers.
NXT has always been considered WWE’s developmental brand, where up-and-coming talent hone their skills before moving up to the main roster. However, in recent years, NXT has gained a significant following and has become a brand in its own right. The move to The CW signifies WWE’s recognition of NXT’s popularity and its potential to draw in a larger audience.
With the move to The CW, NXT will have the chance to showcase its talented roster on a bigger platform. This could lead to increased opportunities for NXT Superstars to be featured on other WWE programming, such as Raw and SmackDown. It also opens up possibilities for cross-promotion between NXT and other CW shows, creating exciting crossovers and collaborations.
For fans of NXT, this move means easier access to their favorite wrestling content. The CW is a widely available network, making it more convenient for viewers to tune in and catch NXT’s action-packed matches and compelling storylines. This move could also attract new fans who may not have been exposed to NXT before, further growing the brand’s fanbase.
In addition to the move to The CW, WWE has been making other strategic moves to expand its reach and engage with fans. One example is the partnership with popular YouTuber Logan Paul, who recently won the United States Championship at the WWE Crown Jewel event in Saudi Arabia. Paul’s vlog documenting his experience at the event gives fans a behind-the-scenes look at WWE and helps bridge the gap between wrestling and mainstream entertainment.
Furthermore, NJPW (New Japan Pro-Wrestling) has relaunched its NJPW World service, providing fans with even more options to watch their favorite wrestling content. NJPW has a dedicated fanbase and is known for its high-quality matches and international talent. The relaunch of NJPW World across various platforms demonstrates the promotion’s commitment to delivering its product to fans worldwide.
Lastly, NJPW’s upcoming event, Lonestar Shootout 2023, promises to be an exciting night of wrestling action. With championship matches and intriguing tag team bouts, this event showcases the talent and athleticism that NJPW is known for. Fans in Garland, Texas, and those watching from home can expect a thrilling night of wrestling entertainment.
In conclusion, NXT’s move to The CW in 2024 is a significant development for WWE and its fans. It presents an opportunity for NXT to expand its reach, attract new viewers, and further establish itself as a standalone brand. Additionally, the partnerships with Logan Paul and NJPW demonstrate WWE’s commitment to engaging with fans and delivering high-quality wrestling content. Wrestling enthusiasts have much to look forward to in the coming months as these exciting developments unfold.