WWE celebrated the one-year anniversary of NXT 2.0 in a big way by crowning a new NXT North American Championship this week. Solo Sikoa’s title win brought back memories from the season premiere of NXT 2.0, which featured a fatal four-way match for the vacant NXT Championship in the main event.

WWE capped off tonight’s episode of NXT 2.0 with voiceover by Shawn Michaels to recall some of the very best moments the show has seen during the past year. The show ended with the colorful NXT 2.0 logo being replaced by a new logo. It appears that NXT 2.0 is about to undergo another reimagining.


As previously noted, Triple H was not a fan of NXT 2.0’s creative direction. The Game reacted to the logo change after tonight’s episode of NXT 2.0 went off the air.

It appears that 2.0 is no more, and the black and gold version is back. Check out the new logo and Triple H’s reaction below.

Did you like the new NXT logo? Sound off in the comments!

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