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NXT UK announces and debuts Tag Titles

WWE has just announced that NXT UK has introduced new NXT UK Tag Team titles during their taping yesterday in Plymouth for the brand.

The tag titles were unveiled by NXT UK General Manager Johnny Saint and Triple H:

WWE sent the official news out via Twitter:

The UK version of WWE’s hottest brand now has tag titles to go along with the UK and UK Women’s titles. NXT UK will debut on WWE Network this Wednesday, October 17th at 8pm BT/3pm ET.


  • Rob ‘Richard Hammond’ Picken

    Im sure it will given the popularity, i mean the European title got a lot of stick but theres a lot of UK fans who liked that belt, i was at the “one night only” show in 97 when sh** hit the fan after Bulldog lost and there was almost a riot. So i think having more exposure would be a great way for them to crack the uk scene

  • Rob ‘Richard Hammond’ Picken

    Why not? The WWE created them for a reason, plus if the wwe wants to expand and get more exposure why not do it on the biggest shows? They made a big song and dance about the UK belt to start with but the bookings been terrible after its inital unveiling. Like if you want to get more people invested why not put it on the bigger shows? I gaurantee it would make money from the UK market.

  • Soulshroude

    Maybe after a few years. The UK thing has only just begun… who knows if it’ll continue 5 years from now.

  • Rinn13

    They’re not even NXT belts, they’re NXT UK belts. Why should NXT championships, from a developmental show, be featured on big WWE PPVs? WWE already has too many belts on its mainstream shows as it is, and not all of THOSE even get focus.

    Besides, in this brave new WWE Network era, “PPVs” main substantially less. Most of the so-called PPV events, aren’t even on actual PPV services anymore. They’re basically just fancy episodes of Raw now.

  • Rob ‘Richard Hammond’ Picken

    Just a shame wwe aren’t giving it enough exposure for people to take enough notice really. I’d love to see the UK titles defended at the likes of Wrestlemania, SummerSlam and Survivor Series