WWE’s Performance Center is growing and they aren’t wasting any time getting the new recruits in front of a live audience. Four new Superstars made their debut at NXT’s house show in Venice on Friday night.
Brandan Vink who performed as Elliot Sexton on the Australian indie scene made his debut working against Nick Comoroto and the Vink ended up winning the contest.
Two other recent NXT signees also made their debut at the NXT house show in Venice. Because Scott Parker and Shane Matthews were able to get in the ring as well. Those two appeared as Jean-Paul and François in a 2018 squash match loss to AOP on RAW. This was even before signing with NXT.
Billed under their indie tag team name, 3.0, the two were also signed recently and they made their in-ring debut in a loss to Humberto Carrillo and Raul Mendoza. 3.0 have appeared on NXT and WWE television before as enhancement talent, but this is their first step in becoming actual WWE Superstars.
Rachael Evers also wrestled Deonna Purrazzo at the show. Evers, daughter of Paul Ellering signed with the WWE Performance Center recently as well marking her second live event with the company.
We will have to wait and see where their individual careers take each of the new NXT recruits. It is a good sign that they are getting to do their thing at the local Florida NXT shows while