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Four new NXT superstars make in-ring debut


WWE’s Performance Center is growing and is getting the newest recruits in front of the fans quickly. Four new Superstars made their debut at NXT’s house show in Venice on Friday night.

Brandan Vink who wrestled under the name Elliot Sexton on the Australian independent circuit wrestled in his debut match against Nick Comroto. He was victorious in the match.

Scott Parker and Shane Matthews also made their in-ring debuts. The two appeared as Jean-Paul and François in a 2018 squash match, where they lost to AOP on RAW. This was before they signed with NXT.

They went by their tag team name 3.0 and had their debut match against Humberto Carrillo and Raul Mendoza. They lost in the match, but this is their first step in becoming WWE superstars.

Rachael Evers also wrestled Deonna Purrazzo at the show. She is the daughter of Paul Ellering and recently signed with the WWE Performance Center.

We will have to wait and see how their careers take off in NXT and how they will perform in WWE’s developmental brand.

  • Good job with the research that Rachel Evers was trained by Lance Storm and chose to use his real surname as her ring name.

  • Rinn13

    I really hope 3.0 (Scott Parker and Shane Matthews) get used. It would be neat to see them get called up to the main roster and get a run with the tag titles. They were always entertaining in Chikara.