NXT Take Over Finally Gets Its Own Section On WWE Network!

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As huge NXT fans, we have watched some of the Take Over events countless times. The WWE Network is great, but for some reason, the NXT Take Over events have always been lumped in with the weekly NXT TV show. It can make searching for them a bigger chore than it needs to be.

Well out of nowhere, the WWE Network has put all of the NXT Take Over events into their own section. They are part of the NXT Take Over Collection so they are in the collection section (try saying that five times fast!) and all of them from the first NXT Arrival all the way to NXT Philadelphia are located here. The only thing missing is the pre shows, which may be an issue for some people. It may have been better if they just added Take Over to the PPV, section, but hey at least this is a start.

Having all these great events finally in one specific place is great! Hopefully, this is the start of the WWE doing some spring cleaning on the Network to make it easier to get around and find what you are looking for.

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