Alexa Bliss’ In-Ring Return
Alexa Bliss was sidelined with an injury for an indefinite period earlier this month. The WWE Universe was worried about her future due to her career being riddled with nasty injuries and concussions. However, things are now looking good as Bliss is set for her in-ring return later this weekend.
The Goddess will be teaming up with Nikki Cross for a Fatal 4-Way Tag Team Match at Starrcade. The Women’s Tag Team Titles will be up for grabs and Bliss-Cross have an opportunity to regain the gold at the show.
Bliss last wrestled at Hell In A Cell where she and Cross dropped the Women’s Tag Team Championship to The Kabuki Warriors. Starrcade takes place on December 1, 2019, at the Infinite Energy Arena in Duluth, Georgia.
NXT Stays At Full Sail Arena
NXT emerged as the most dominant brand in head to head competition with RAW and SmackDown this past Sunday at Survivor Series. The black-and-gold brand considers Full Sail their home and that isn’t going to change anytime soon, well not at least, until next April.
PWInsider reports that WWE is contractually obligated to produce NXT at Full Sail Arena until the end of March 2020.
“PWInsider.com has confirmed with multiple sources that NXT remains contractually locked into regular Wednesday night dates at Full Sail Live in Winter Park, Florida through the end of March 2020.”
NXT’s main rival, AEW Dynamite has been hosting their shows at larger venues to give their product a bigger feel. WWE seemingly wants to follow in AEW’s footsteps by booking larger arenas for NXT, but it seems contractual bindings will keep the juggernaut promotion pinned to Full Sail for the next 4 months.
Given NXT is now a major player alongside RAW and SmackDown, it only makes sense for WWE to push the black-and-gold brand as much as possible.