WWE is changing in a big way, and that includes some of their previous policies. NXT Superstars need as much experience that they can get, and now the company is going to allow some of those talented wrestlers to experience a bit of the indie wrestling scene while they are under WWE contract.

It was recently announced that Ivy Nile will wrestle at Booker T’s Reality of Wrestling event in Texas. This is interesting, because WWE likes to keep their talent to themselves. Now, it seems that this could be a new trend.

Bryan Alvarez logged onto Twitter, and he reported that WWE will allow their NXT talent to wrestle on some indie dates going forward. This is a big change in policy from the previous regime.

NXT is going to allow talent to work select indies going forward, which is a pretty big deal


We have to wonder if there are some indie companies that will receive favor over others. After all, Booker T owns Reality of Wrestling, so WWE is not only doing Booker T a favor, but they also know that Ivy Nile will be in good hands.

We will have to see how WWE changes in the months to come. A lot of shifting could come very soon for everyone. Keep checking back with Ringside News for more information.

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