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Alexander Wolfe to join NXT UK roster

Alexander Wolfe

It was revealed on Monday Night Raw that Eric Young had been drafted to the flagship brand, effectively breaking up SAnitY. The trio had been on SmackDown Live for a little under a year, and though they were a dominant act on NXT, never won a match on Tuesday nights. After the news, Alexander Wolfe said goodbye to WWE.

However, it doesn’t look like he’ll be leaving the company, just moving to a different brand like Young. It’s been reported by¬†WrestleTalk that the former NXT Tag Team Champion was backstage at tonight’s NXT UK TV tapings. While he did not debut, he’s expected to make his first appearance for the brand during Saturday’s tapings.

With the group now split up between three brands, hopefully, the company has something planned for all three of them. While Young and Dain came into NXT with a pretty great track record, many fans were unsure of what to expect from Wolfe. However, after several strong performances, including his showing at the first NXT TakeOver: WarGames, it was clear that he had a lot to bring to the table.

While the group was wasted on the main roster, 2019 could be a surprising year for Eric Young, Killian Dain, and Alexander Wolfe.

  • CC

    I dunno if you can really say that he hates factions because they were DOA on the main roster as look at the amount of NXT guys called up that are in the same boat. EC3 has been handled just as badly. Nikki Cross has hardly been setting the world alight (granted she was part of their faction in NXT, but even as a solo act she has been woefully underutilised). Heavy Machinery have also been underwhelming. The Revival. The Vaudevillains. etc etc etc

  • jedi

    Not so much stale to me just a bit more over the top & rediclous.

  • jedi

    I’m amazed New Day has been together so long but with KO taking Big E spot looks like they are next to dissolve much like they just did to the Riott Squad…

  • Rob ‘Richard Hammond’ Picken

    Why does Vince hate factions? These guys had all the potential in the world, and they were pretty much dead on arrival once they hit the main roster. Thank god for the WWE games