Mark your calendar. There are all kinds of events throughout WWE’s schedule over the course of the year and it can be a big deal when one of them is announced. Some of the bigger events have quite the history of their own and you can see more than a few major events popping up here and there. Now we are seeing another one officially confirmed, with quite the nostalgic twist.

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According to, WWE will be presenting its next NXT Premium Live Event with No Mercy on September 1. The event will take place in Denver, Colorado and will likely be the final Premium Live Event before NXT moves to the CW in October. NXT presented No Mercy last September, featuring a theme based on the Nintendo 64 game No Mercy. The event was previously a WWE pay per view series from 1999-2008 and 2016-2017.

It has been a good one over the years. Check out some No Mercy:

Opinion: This is one of those things that makes things feel more interesting as it will be the final major show of an era in NXT. You do not see something like that happen very often and there is a good chance that this will be one of the bigger NXT events in a good while. Hopefully everything winds up going well, as NXT needs a good launch into their time on the CW and the big time.

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