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- The dark match before last night’s WWE NXT TV tapings at Full Sail University saw WWE Tag Team Champions The New Age Outlaws defeat Tye Dillinger and Jason Jordan.

– NXT star Solomon Crowe, formerly known as Sami Callihan, worked last night’s tapings and will make his NXT TV debut in the next few weeks. He has reportedly dropped the hacker gimmick that he debuted a few months ago at NXT live events.

– WWE Superstar Tensai, real name Matt Bloom, worked last night’s NXT TV tapings on commentary as he often does. However, tonight he was reportedly introduced as Jason Alberts.

  • BringBackAlbert

    Honestly, the Jason Alberts change reminds me of Michael Hayes becoming Dok Hendrix. It wasn’t a good idea, and if anything it insults the intelligence of the crowd. Which I’m pretty sure Vince said he wouldn’t do anymore way back in ’97.

  • nick-hulk

    Please say this Jason Alberts is a joke, why not have a slow tranistion into calling him Albert or just refer to him as Matt Bloom. Jason Alberts just seems stupid coz why not do the change while he was in Tons of Funk as he was no longer (Lord) Tensai and still got the Albert n A-Train chants at the start so why not

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