It was a busy week. There have been a lot of changes in WWE and NXT over the last few months and those are going to continue going forward. With so many moves being made, it can be easy to lose track of who is doing what and even who everyone is. That was the case again this week, as several new names and faces made a variety of debuts during the latest episode of NXT.
There were four debuts of different kinds during this week’s edition of NXT. First up, a woman named Persia debuted during Indi Hartwell’s bachelorette party. Persia said that she came from Australia to see Disney World and stayed for her best friend’s party. She is better known as Steph de Lander, an Australian wrestlers who signed with WWE back in March.
Later in the show, the Creed Brothers, Julius and Brutus, made their in-ring debuts as part of the Diamond Mine, winning a short match. The two had been shown helping to train the Diamond Mine in recent weeks. Later in the show, Mei Ying made her in-ring debut and won a match in less than a minute. Ying has been the leader of the Tian Sha group but had not gotten in the ring.
It was a busy night. Check out how all three debuts went:
Opinion: You can feel the changes taking place in NXT and that may or may not be a good thing. What matters here is that the new names are being established in a hurry and some of them have hit the ground running. The Creed Brothers look like a ready to go team and Ying was completely dominant. This could make for the start of a new generation of NXT and that is a good thing for a lot of people involved.
What did you think of the debuts? Who impressed you the most? Let us know in the comments below.
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