That’s an important thing to keep. Last year saw the wrestling world turned upside down by the Coronavirus pandemic. It was like nothing we have ever seen before and that is the kind of thing that can cause all kinds of problems for the industry as a whole. One of the biggest changes was due to shows being held in the same venues over and over. Things are back to normal now, but WWE might have held something in their back pocket.

Earlier this month, a new report said that WWE had ended its relationship with Full Sail University and there would be no more events held at the venue. However, according to PWInsider.com, there is still something of a relationship between the two sides. Full Sail students still work on all aspects of NXT television tapings and the door is open for a return to the venue when the Coronavirus pandemic restrictions are lifted.

Full Sail has been good for NXT over the years. Check out some of the events the venue has hosted:

NXT’s greatest moments at Full Sail University

Greatest Full Sail TakeOver moments: NXT Top 5, June 6, 2020

Full NXT TakeOver: XXX results: WWE Now

Opinion: This makes some more sense, as there was no logical reason to pull out of Full Sail and cut all ties. I can understand the idea of not wanting to run shows from the venue while everything was shut down, but there was no logic in walking away. The place might be needed as a backup at some point and keeping some kind of a relationship could make for a good return later on.

What did you think of NXT from Full Sail? What is your favorite wrestling venue? Let us know in the comments below.

Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for over thirty years and has seen over 60,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling reviewer since 2009 with over 6,000 full shows covered. You can find his work at kbwrestlingreviews.com, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books.

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