The debate regarding the new NXT UK contracts have continued this week on social media and WWE UK Champion, Pete Dunne has once again weighed in.
The Bruiserweight took to Twitter to discuss why NXT UK will not cause a problem for the UK independent scene. Dunne claimed the US independent scene is just fine, despite NXT being such a big brand adding that when he first started 12 years ago, wrestling as a career wasn’t possible, showing just how much the independent scene has grown.
NXT coexists with an independent scene in the US. The UK will be no different. Now let’s just take a look at how far British wrestling has come. 12 years ago when I started this was not a career for anyone, now it’s attainable and thus a thriving scene of top quality has emerged.
— Pete Dunne (@PeteDunneYxB) December 5, 2018
Tye Dillinger Doesn’t Want #10 Rumble Spot
The WWE Royal Rumble is now around the corner and a fan tweeted to Tye Dillinger stating that the only thing that matters in 2019 is Dillinger being number 10 in the Rumble. Dillinger responded and stated that he doesn’t want that to happen, saying No.
No…please lord…no… 😝 https://t.co/CPESGYB5tF
— Tye Dillinger 🔟 (@WWEDillinger) December 6, 2018
John Cena Comments On Dealing With His New Hair
There was plenty of comments recently when John Cena showed off his new haircut at the WWE Super ShowDown event, with comparisons between him and JBL being made. On a recent appearance on Ellen, Cena commented on dealing with the haircut.