In what comes as a quite large shock, it was revealed right this moment through Fred Rosser (FKA Darren Young) that WWE is working on a documentary about The Nexus.
The Nexus was a widespread faction shaped on WWE RAW again in June 2010. It consisted of the wrestlers that made up season one of many unique NXT tv present that aired on the SyFy channel.
Led by season one winner and present NXT commentator Wade Barrett, the group crashed the primary occasion of WWE RAW by attacking John Cena and CM Punk.
It was not like anything seen in WWE programming and led to a enjoyable summer season of WWE programming based mostly across the faction.
Rosser, who was a part of the steady, took to Twitter this night to announce the documentary. He additionally made certain to place over his present employer, New Japan Pro Wrestling, concurrently.
“Today, I proudly wore my New Japan track jacket during the filming of @WWE’s Network Docs: Untold Nexus because I wanted to represent the best hour of pure professional wrestling on the planet #NJPWStrong @njpwworld *100 emoji* @njpw1972 @njpwglobal @NJPWofAmerica #blockthehate #wwenexus,” Young tweeted.
Only two members of the unique Nexus are at present in WWE
It will probably be fascinating to see who’s interviewed for the upcoming documentary. Other than Wade Barrett and David Otunga, no different member of the unique Nexus is at present employed by WWE.
Some would argue for Daniel Bryan, however he was solely a part of The Nexus on its preliminary debut. Later that week, he was launched for choking ring announcer Justin Roberts with a tie. So if he is a part of the documentary, it is going to in all probability be minimal.
Heath Slater is at present employed by IMPACT Wrestling, and PJ Black (FKA Justin Gabriel) works at Ring of Honor.
A nationwide wrestling firm doesn’t at present make use of the remaining members of the unique Nexus. But given their outspoken nature at occasions, it could be stunning to see WWE attain out to them for this particular.
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