Will WWE feature NXT Title matches on Wrestlemania 37? Rhea Ripley defended the NXT Women’s Championship against Charlotte last year.
Wrestlemania 37 is just a little over a month away. A few matches have been made official for the event while the rest of the card has continued to take shape and develop in the last couple of weeks or so. Still, nothing has been confirmed so far outside of the Royal Rumble winners picking their opponents out.
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With Wrestlemania taking place over two nights this year as well and SmackDown and RAW on Friday and Monday respectievly, it is more than likely that there will be no NXT TakeOver during the weekend this year. So will their matches feature at the Grandest stage of all?
Will WWE feature NXT Title matches on Wrestlemania 37?
According to reports from WrestleTalk, the WWE have no plans to host any NXT matches on Wrestlemania this year. As is with every WWE report, plans can change and they may end up putting an NXT title match on the card. As of now however, it is looking increasingly that Wrestlemania this year will be devoid of Black and Gold.
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As first revealed on tonight’s Wrestling Daily, WrestleTalk has learned that #WWE currently has no plans for either the men’s or women’s #WWENXT Championships to be defended at WrestleMania 37 next month.https://t.co/2bzSgmOztZ
— WrestleTalk (@WrestleTalk_TV) March 2, 2021
Finn Balor was reportedly discussed by the higher ups in the WWE for a potential match at Wrestlemania.
Full disclosure, I don’t know where discussions stand at this point… However, I do know that several people, including some high up personnel, have talked about having Finn Balor & the NXT Championship on the WrestleMania card this year. Especially considering it’s 2 nights.
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) February 5, 2021
Karrion Kross has also advocated for a match between the two at the showcase of the immortals. It is unlikely that match takes place now. Plans can change, at the moment however, the decision will likely remain.
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