WWE NXT saw the debut of the Diamond Mine last week to close out the show. They appeared this week, but one member got a new name this time around.

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Hideki Suzuki debuted last week as part of the Diamond Mine stable alongside Roderick Strong, Tyler Rust, and Malcolm Bivens. This week, they revealed that his name got an upgrade.

The company copyrighted Hachiman last week. That name is literally a Japanese god of war, one samurai worship. Now that is how new name in NXT.


Hachiman will not be Hideki Suzuki’s new name in NXT. Suzuki signed with WWE this February as a Performance Center coach. He previously worked for NOAH, Big Japan, Zero1, and more. He has not wrestled on NXT just yet. We will have to see if he gets involved in the action.

What’s your take on the new Diamond Mine stable? Sound off in the comments!

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