7 main roster Superstars who should be drafted to NXT
Should this 3-time Intercontinental Champion be sent to NXT?
Triple H's brainchild: NXT has developed from a mere developmental territory for WWE into a brand in its own right with a cult following and fans who would consider NXT even better than RAW and Smackdown.
At the core of it, however, NXT is a stepping stone for future main roster stars; however, there have been instances where Superstars from the main roster have joined NXT for a brief time.
Let us take a look at 7 Superstars who will benefit from going back to NXT:
#5 The Revival
The Top Guys have been anything but that ever since they made their debut for the main roster in 2017. Although they received an instant push gaining victories over The New Day, their push failed to sustain itself.
Hailed as one of the best Tag Teams in NXT due their methodical in-ring style which reflected yesteryears of wrestling, The Revival has not been able to capitalize on their wrestling style on the main rosters and have been reduced to jobbers as of now.
It is safe to say that their style of in-ring work which is much slower than what the casual WWE audience is used has not clicked and either they will have to adapt or continue being made a mockery of.
Heading back to NXT would give the two talented Superstars some time to work on their style and also be a huge addition to the NXT tag team division.
The duo recently made an appearance on an NXT live event so we may see this happening soon.