WWE has several wrestlers in NXT that could break out on the main roster to become big money names. Now, it seems that the company has their eyes on two more Superstars of tomorrow.

Tonight’s episode of NXT is set to feature an exciting lineup of matches, with the introduction of two new faces to the roster. Nima and Price will be making their NXT television debut. Those debuts have a lot of hype around them.

According to Dave Meltzer on Wrestling Observer Radio, WWE officials have shown a strong interest in the talented tag team. Expect an action-packed episode as these exciting matchups unfold.

“So they’re high on Nima and Price.”


Dave Meltzer also noted that, “Yeah. Well, find out. I haven’t heard anything that they’re outstanding or anything like that, but I haven’t heard that they suck. So we’ll find out.”

The confirmed matches for this week’s WWE NXT include Wes Lee putting his NXT North American Championship on the line against Dominik Mysterio. It will be interesting to see how that match is booked, because neither star needs to lose right now.

The highly anticipated return of Tony D’Angelo is going down tonight, after Stacks freed him last week. Also, a tag team clash between Nathan Frazer & Dragon Lee and Los Lotharios will take place. Additionally, Kiana James is set to face off against Gigi Dolin, and Axiom & Scrypts will take on the team of Bronco Nima and Lucien Price.

We will have coverage of WWE NXT this week, right here at Ringside News. It seems that this week’s show could be a big one.

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