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WWE signs two superstars to NXT

WWE has become a worldwide company more in this decade, than any other. WWE’s developmental brand NXT is truly becoming a global brand. So more non-American talents have a chance of being signed by the company. They have recently signed two new talents from Australia.

Australia seems to be one of the best places for WWE talent lately. The likes of Peyton Royce, Buddy Muprhy, Rhea Ripley, Toni Storm are all from Australia. Now two more join the list as Jonah Rock and Elliot Sexton have signed with NXT.

Fox Sports Australia reports that Rock and Sexton will be reporting to the WWE Performance Center this month.

“Foxsports.com.au can confirm the signings of Jonah Rock (aka Jermaine Haley) and Elliot Sexton (aka Brendan Vink). The pair will report to WWE’s Performance Centre in Orlando, Florida this month as part of the new class.”

Both the talents are powerhouses and are sure to be liked by Vince McMahon. NXT keeps on getting more and more talent, so we will have to wait and see how they will be utilized.


  • Nicholas Giambattista

    I also believe NXT Japan is coming soon too.

  • Keith Learmonth

    I’ve said it before, and will say it again:
    WWE should open a performance centre in Australia, while they’re adding the ones in South America, China, and the Middle east.

    Australia has proven it has good talents, and the australian wrestling scene would benefit from the boost it would get from NXT: Australia.