NXT UK is back, and they have a new look for the shot at the BT Sport studio. There’s a new head writer behind the scenes as well.

ITR Wrestling reports that Jim Smallman is now the head writer of the NXT UK brand. It is also reported that Glen Joseph is no longer working as a producer for the brand. These changes happened during a Zoom call today.

The brand’s talent were told in a Zoom meeting earlier today that Glen Joseph (the former co-owner of PROGRESS) had left his role as one of the show’s producers due to “personal reasons” and that Jim Smallman (another PROGRESS founder) had been promoted to the brand’s head writer.

Glen Joseph also left PROGRESS in June due to allegations during the #SpeakingOut movement. Jim Smallwood also worked at Progress and left the promotion in December last year to work with NXT UK on a more frequent basis.

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