Six Debuts Take Place On WWE NXT 2.0 Relaunch
A host of new names for a new era
The relaunch of NXT 2.0 on Tuesday 14 September saw the WWE Universe introduced to a host of new names.
The first, Bron Beakker - aka Bronson Rechsteiner - took part in the first match of the new era of NXT. The son of Rick Steiner defeated LA Knight, after the two had a confrontation to open the show.
Brooks Jensen, also known as Ben Buchanan, is the son of former WWE star Bull Buchanan and was announced as having signed with WWE last month. Jensen teamed with Josh Briggs during the show in a losing effort against Imperium.
Trick Williams (Matrick Belton) was announced as a friend of Carmelo Hayes, with Hayes saying that Williams would have his back on NXT. The duo would attack Duke Hudson following a confrontation as they were leaving the NXT ring.
Ivy Nile, aka Emily Andzulis, was introduced as the newest member of the Diamond Mine. Signed in January 2020 by WWE, Nile was in the background during a vignette last week, but made her TV debut on this week's show.
Tony D’Angelo appeared in a vignette and said, while he has an amateur wrestling background, there was money in coming to NXT. D'Angelo is Joe Ariola, who signed with WWE in February.
Finally, Cal Bloom debuted as Von Wagner. He replaced Kyle O'Reilly in the Fatal-4-Way Match for the NXT Championship, after O'Reilly was attacked backstage by Pete Dunne and Ridge Holland.