Aleister Black

Aleister Black: “I’m Fine Staying At NXT”

The most timid predictions were fulfilled, and the second separation of marks ended up undermining the quality of NXT, who lived a transfer of their main talents to the two “majors”. After the departure of Shinsuke Nakamura , it seems that the yellow mark can recover the pulse with the arrival of new names, and since the beginning of the year, Aleister Black is being one of those who envisage a more promising future , praised by the very same Triple H .

Inside The Ropes , from where he reviewed his first fights back in his homeland, and WWE appears prominently. Subsequently, during his adolescence he had a greater presence New Japan Pro Wrestling, being Jushin Thunder Liger a reference, initiating then its race in several martial arts like the kickboxing.

The next issue had to do with his outstanding role in NXT and his rumored jump to Raw or SmackDown , which can arrive in a very short time. Thomas Budgen (real name Black) offered this answer to silence the speculations and make clear where it looks from here to a near future :

” I see myself anywhere I can be useful . Not just for the company, but for myself as a fighter, and as a competitor as well. I do not specifically target brands, I look at the competitiveness within each brand . Whether it’s Live 205, SmackDown or Raw, I do not care. All I want is competition to offer the best possible fighting and give people the best possible moments. Right now, I’m fine staying in NXT, because I still have a lot to prove in NXT , I have not even started yet. Being in the Main Event was a fantastic experience, but from now on, it’s going to be an experience. “

Finally, the interviewer questioned him about the importance of the upcoming TakeOver: Brooklyn III , which will mark a turning point for the new wave of talent following the “Nakamura Era”:

” It’s the most important thing. We have to keep this train going. We are very grateful to Nakamura, Joe , Finn B├ílor , Tye Dillinger , The Revival , “The Drifter” … You know, they kept the platform alive the way they did and we will continue to make this train work, believe me, you will see This show to Brooklyn and it will be fantastic . So, with them, with us, or in their respective current brands, we will keep this train rolling and it will be better than ever . I guarantee you”.

NXT TakeOver Brooklyn III will take place on August 19 behind the walls of the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York , just the day before WWE SummerSlam (2017). With no confirmed bout, Drew McIntyre is likely to face Bobby Roode for the NXT Championship, while Ember Moon may again face Asuka for the NXT Women’s Championship.

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