I got the chance to speak with WWE President Kevin Dunn yesterday, and he had a few thoughts on the upcoming WrestleMania XIX.
We talked about what’s in store for the future of the company, and we got to ask Dunn some questions about the brand.
I’m not going to bore you with all the juicy details, but Dunn gave a great insight into the future.
Here’s what Dunn had to say about the new title:We are very excited about this.
We want to bring NXT to a new level and make sure we’re creating a brand that people are going to want to be loyal to and be a part of for years to come.
We really believe this is the first step in bringing NXT to the mainstream.
The NXT brand has really taken off over the last couple of years.
The NXT tag team championship has been a big draw.
This is a brand where the fans can come in and be part of the journey.
They can watch the NXT match on TV and be able to support the brand and the company.
So it is very exciting to have NXT as a part, and hopefully that’s what the fans will be seeing in the near future.
The company’s main event is scheduled for April 1 at Madison Square Garden in New York City, but you can bet it’s going to be huge.
It will be the biggest WrestleMania in WWE history, and it’s a brand-new storyline.
If you want to see it, you’ve got to go to the WWE website.
The WWE NXT live stream will begin on March 28, and you can watch it all on YouTube.
As far as the main event goes, it will be headlined by CM Punk and Dolph Ziggler, and that will be a great match.
Punk has been on a tear lately, and I think we’ll see him take on the man with the biggest heart in WWE, Brock Lesnar.
Ziggler is going to have to be able match up with the guy who has the biggest personality in WWE.
He’s a real fighter and he’s a tough guy.
You can tell he’s in good shape and he has a really strong character, and there’s a good chance he’ll beat Punk.
He’ll have a really good chance.
In terms of who’s going up against Lesnar, there’s no question about it.
It will be Brock Lesniak.
It’s going a lot of fun to see how the two of them go at it.
They have been really good at what they do together, and this is going be a really fun match.
Punk has been the face of WWE since he first started in the company in 2004.
He is the one who started the company with his heel gimmick.
He has been in and out of the ring since the beginning of his career.
He’s been in a lot more big matches, and WWE has been very happy with his work.
Lesnar, meanwhile, is the former champion of the world, and now he’s going into his ninth WrestleMania.
He was an NXT champion.
He had the best career in WWE and was a big star in NXT.
He will be in a brand new angle, a brand brand new storyline, and fans will have a new reason to come back.
There will be an incredible amount of emotion in this match.
Lesnar is going up in front of a huge crowd and people are really going to tune in.
The crowd is going nuts for him, and people will really get into it.
I think the fans are going do everything they can to help him.
I don’t think he’ll ever be in the same situation twice.
And it will also be a huge draw for fans of the other NXT stars, such as Dean Ambrose, Daniel Bryan, and AJ Styles.
They’ll be on the main stage, and they will have to take on a brand and a role that they’re going to carry for years and years.
Dunn also talked about the upcoming debut of new NXT talent, including a brand debut for the soon-to-be-retired Finn Balor, who will appear at WrestleMania XI.
Balor has a ton of talent in NXT, but he’s not in the main roster anymore.
He said, “I don’t really see myself in a WWE ring anytime soon, so I just wanted to try and bring some NXT talent in.”
Dudson said that NXT has the potential to grow into a global brand.
“We want to give people a brand, we want to build a fanbase, and a fanbase is really important to us,” he said.
All this will happen through the NXT brand, which is very much about a community.
The brand has the chance and the responsibility to give fans a chance to support each other and be loyal fans, and to build and build a loyal fan base.
“We want people to be engaged and engaged with