WWE News: Bully Ray Teases A Potential Feud With NXT Champion Kevin Owens?

It seems like every wrestler on the planet wants to be a part of WWE NXT. After last night’s NXT Takeover: Unstoppable, it’s quite obvious why. Every match was solid on the card, especially the NXT Women’s championship match between Becky Lynch and Sasha Banks. Both women were exceptional in their bout; even Lynch got a standing ovation from the WWE crowd.

Even though the ending was a bit spoiled from the weeks of spoilers about Samoa Joe’s WWE NXT debut, it was still fantastic to see. Samoa Joe was never in the WWE, but thanks to Triple H, he finally came to WWE NXT and showed up at the end of Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens’ NXT championship match.

Joe made a bold statement towards Kevin Owens, and it looks like Joe will start feuding for the NXT championship after the WWE wrote off Sami Zayn. He’s going to most-likely recover from his injury and start working with the WWE main roster full-time. Since Zayn was there when WWE NXT gained a good portion of his popularity, expect a nice send-off.

Now, Samoa Joe isn’t the only big name that could make an impact at WWE NXT. One WWE legend already teased a WWE NXT debut, but he’s even starting to tease a potential feud with the NXT champion, Kevin Owens. Bully Ray took to Twitter and talked-up a match with Owens.

It’s been said multiple times before, but WWE NXT has something extremely special. As a WWE fan, wrestling is often special when it gives you the chills. At NXT Takeover: Unstoppable, there was magic in the air last night. Whether it was Finn Balor’s entrance, the NXT Women’s championship match, Becky Lynch’s standing ovation or Samoa Joe’s debut, WWE NXT got it right once again.

The credit should go right towards the WWE NXT superstars and Triple H. If it weren’t for his dedication to a new brand of sports entertainment, WWE NXT wouldn’t be what it is today.

Even Vince McMahon realizes that it is special. This WWE fan isn’t the only one getting chills during WWE NXT Takeover specials. The title is proper though, because NXT Takeover: Unstoppable did take over the wrestling world.

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