• Triple H Is Bringing Back Popular Format With The Return Of Old NXT
A year ago, Vince McMahon turned NXT into NXT 2.0. However, with Vince gone and Triple H being in-charge of the WWE Creative now, he’s doing what he feels is the right thing.
With that being said, at the end of this week’s 1-year anniversary episode of NXT 2.0, it was revealed that the old NXT is coming back.
Below is the new logo:
Along with the return of the old NXT, Triple H is also bringing back the “NXT TakeOver” format.
Below is what the Wrestling Observer reported about it:
“Halloween Havoc is now listed as TakeOver. Hunter has brought the TakeOver name back, which had been banished by Vince and Kevin Dunn.
He wants to get revenge on a lot of people, and one of them is his own father-in-law.”
New Video: WWE NXT Diva Valentina Feroz Exposes Her Bubble Butt:
• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (September 14, 2008) – TNA No Surrender 2008
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on September 14, 2008, TNA No Surrender 2008 PPV took place at the General Motors Centre in Oshawa, Ontario.
This was the 4th out of 8 TNA No Surrender events that aired on pay-per-view between 2005 and 2012.
The name of the event was eventually brought back in 2013 as a TV special.
Below are the results:
The Prince Justice Brotherhood defeated The Rock ‘n’ Rave Infection
Falls Count Anywhere: Awesome Kong defeated ODB
Abyss & Matt Morgan defeated Team 3D
TNA X Division Championship: Sheik Abdul Bashir defeated Consequences Creed and Petey Williams (c)
TNA Women’s Knockout Championship: Taylor Wilde (c) defeated Angelina Love
Ladder of Love match: Sonjay Dutt defeated Jay Lethal
TNA World Tag Team Championship: Beer Money Inc. (c) defeated The Latin American Xchange
MMA match: AJ Styles wrestled Frank Trigg
TNA World Heavyweight Championship: Samoa Joe (c) defeated Christian Cage and Kurt Angle