The WWE Draft is over, and NXT lost a lot of great talent. Now, WWE’s developmental brand will see new stars step up on NXT, and that could call for a new face or two as well.

WWE aired a commercial for NXT to hype the episode after the 2023 WWE Draft. Interestingly enough, one face was shown who hasn’t even made her NXT debut yet. Lola Vice was included in that list of faces on NXT, and it seems like she will be in the mix.

Valerie Loureda, who is former MMA fighter, entered WWE’s developmental system last year, and she’s received high marks since then. She has appeared on NXT Level Up before, where she teamed with Elektra Lopez, but she could be ready for her big Tuesday night debut on NXT television.

Jakara Jackson, a regular on Level Up but yet to make her NXT TV debut, was also featured as a potential newcomer in the video, alongside Vice.


This will still be a big week for NXT, as so many Superstars will likely wrestle their final match or appear for the last time for the brand. Strangely enough, the NXT Women’s Tag Team Title match tonight will see two teams collide who have already been called up. Alba Fyre and Isla Dawn will defend their titles against Kayden Carter and Katana Chance.

Other matches announced for NXT tonight include Wes Lee defending the North American Championship against Drew Gulak. JD McDonagh will also work his final match on the brand as he faces off against Dragon Lee.

We will have full coverage of WWE NXT tonight right here at Ringside News. Obviously, a lot of things could happen on the show, as WWE continues building for the future.

What’s your take on this situation with the WWE Draft? Did it do more harm than good? Sound off in the comments!

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