WWE went on a signing spree recently, and their next class of recruits will have a lot of people in it, especially when compared to recent classes with only a couple. This could cause an even larger issue in the black and gold brand.

During Wrestling Observer Live, Bryan Alvarez discussed how many recruits WWE is bringing in. He then brought up the issue that there is already a struggle for any television time as it is.

“Do you know how many people are in the next Performance Center class? Like, twenty. They’ve been on a signing spree — they’ve got more bodies than they know what to do with and we’re still seeing the same dudes on the top of NXT.”

WWE is going to present a lot of new names very soon. We will have to see who else gets in on this next wave of signees, but the names that have been revealed already are very exciting.

The company does have an issue because they have plenty of people on the NXT roster already, and there are only so many spots to go around. Perhaps it is time to discuss opening up a timeslot on the WWE Network for a secondary NXT show at this point.

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