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Main Roster Stars Returning to NXT? And Future of Bray Wyatt

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Triple H was asked about the possibility of NXT becoming a part of an upcoming Superstar Shake-Up and main roster names coming to NXT. Here is what he had to say:

On NXT Being Part of The Superstar Shake-Up:

“I guess in some ways it is,” Triple H replied. “Because usually when you do some kind of Shake-Up somebody gets called up. So I end up losing some NXT talent.”

On Main Roster Stars Being Moved to NXT:

“I think now when you look back at the roster over the last few years and you look at the main roster. I think the number is something like 80% or so of the main roster came out of NXT. So there are a lot of talent there that wouldn’t even be a stretch to come into NXT if they were on the main roster and came back to NXT. It wouldn’t be a big stretch — and I think when you’ve seen, you know the last few weeks every now and then in an effort to give people surprises and constantly keep things fresh we’ve had live events where we brought The Revival on and we’ve had live events where we brought Tyler Breeze on. Those kinds of surprises and shocks — people love it — it’s like going home in a way. So I do think you could see that happen very easily and I don’t think it would be a stretch for people to consider that being a possibility.”

 

As has been reported over the past few weeks, Matt Hardy’s in-ring career in WWE is uncertain at the moment, and his tag team partnership with Bray Wyatt appears to be coming to an end.

According to the WrestleVotes Twitter account, there has been some talk backstage about giving Bray Wyatt a renewed singles push as a babyface. WrestleVotes sent out the following Tweet:

“Getting a lot of questions lately on Bray Wyatt. Was told he’s in line for a slight refresh. The character should remain in tact once he returns to TV, but I’m expecting a renewed push along with a singles baby face run. Pivotal time in his career ahead.”

 

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