Those are some intriguing spots. WWE is the biggest and most powerful wrestling promotion in the world but there are always more places for them to go. There are more people who could become fans and more talent that can be brought into the WWE camp. The company has different ways of going about this and now they are discussing other places they could go.

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Last fall, WWE officially canceled the NXT UK weekly series with promises of launching NXT Europe earlier this year. Nothing has since happened, but according to Dave Meltzer on Wrestling Observer Radio, the plan is to launch at some point in 2024 but “it will be awhile”. WWE is also hoping to launch various NXT’s around the world, including in Japan and Mexico and to a lesser extent, India. There are currently no plans to do so, but it is something that company hopes to do in the future.

WWE has gone international before. Check out some of their efforts around the world:

Opinion: This is something that WWE has been talking about doing for so long now that I am only going to believe it when I actually see it happen. Spreading around the world like that is not the easiest thing in the world and it is going to take some planning to make any of it work. Now just do it the right way rather than throwing something together and this could go well.

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