WATCH: The All-New Logo and Theme Song of WWE NXT

Published 08/27/2021, 9:54 PM EDT


The WWE Universe witnessed a snippet for the “revamped” NXT that we were hearing ever since the WWE fired over a dozen of NXT superstars, which included Bronson Reed and Mercedes Martinez.

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WWE CEO and Chairman Vince McMahon’s decision was to change the whole tide of the NXT brand and breath new life onto the third brand for the promotion.

Rapper Wale posted a video to Twitter today that includes a song with hip-hop samples; however, the most notable thing in that tweet includes a bright color-changing NXT logo.

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WWE NXT gets a new face

Professional wrestling fan Wale uploaded a snippet of his song “Keep it true to self!” and the WWE seems to love it enough to use it as a theme song for “new ” NXT.

This new logo is extremely different from the old one. The new one is brighter with more colors and heavy contrasts between the colors, while the traditional NXT logo was just a mixture of black and golden color schemes.

Till now the WWE has not confirmed when they will use this new logo, but it is rumored for or either the September 14 episode or the September 21 episode.

Earlier this month, WWE shockingly released over twelve superstars on a random Friday while SmackDown was running.

The news came as a shocker because there were names of those wrestlers who were supposed to make their main router debut pretty soon. However, it was reported that Vince McMahon wanted to revamp the NXT brand.

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The released superstars were – Bobby Fish, Bronson Reed, Jake Atlas, Ari Sterling, Kona Reeves, Leon Ruff, Stephon Smith, Tyler Rust, WWE PC talent Zechariah Smith, Asher Hale, Giant Zanjeer, and Mercedes Martinez.

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Prithvi Mishra

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Prithvi Mishra is a WWE and AEW author for EssentiallySports. Having started his career as a UFC writer, Prithvi has nearly 2 years worth of experience in covering combat sports. Eventually, Prithvi decided to write for his passion and first love- pro wrestling.

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