WWE: Will NXT Be Heading To The UK In November?
WWE could bring NXT over to the UK for the first time this November.
NXT boss Triple H revealed dates for the near future were "being looked at" during a Facebook Live chat.
"We’re working on that,” he said in response to a question about the developmental brand making the jump over the pond and touring internationally.
"We also have some potential - being looked at - UK dates coming up," the 46-year-old star continued.
"We’re looking at everything. And anywhere there’s a demand for NXT, we’re willing to go to.
"If you tell us where you want us to come, we will try to get there and let you see it.
"That’s the exciting thing about the brand, we can do just about anything right now."
WWE is back in the UK for a 13 show tour across nine days in November.
Triple H also hailed SummerSlam's main event as one of the company's hugest ever rematches.
"For the first time ever, SummerSlam is going to be a four hour extravaganza this year, anchored by the Undertaker and Brock Lesnar in one of the most... the word 'epic' is used too much... the biggest return matches in history," he said.
"It is going to be a monumental night."
Referring to the NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn and Raw shows that will air on the Saturday and Monday from the same building, the Barclays Center, either side of the spectacular, he added: "Not too many entertainment entities right now could sell out Brooklyn, three nights back to back - but the WWE is going to."
The former 13-time champion also said the opportunity for UFC star Ronda Rousey to make another WWE appearance was "there if she wants it to be" in the 18 minute broadcast, which Triple H said he would be open to doing more of in the future.
"This is brand new," he said.
"At WWE we like to be at the cutting edge of technology and at the forefront of all of this stuff. As you know if you’re a fan, WWE is probably one of the most social and most socially engaging products out there.
"For a lot of our WWE Universe, for our fanbase, WWE is a lifestyle. It is something you’re very immersed in and all-in, you really connect with the characters and the superstars."
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He added: "We’re always trying to find new ways to connect with our fans and for you to give us your opinions and your feedback and be connected.
"WWE is like one big family, so to speak, and that’s the coolest part of what we do."