NXT is taped in four-hour blocks, which means that the brand is always four weeks in advance and right now the tapings all the way up to Takeover: Phoenix have already taken place.
As part of these tapings, many of the stars who have been called up to the main roster were able to say their goodbyes to Full Sail University so that they can now move on to a future on either Raw or SmackDown.
When Vince McMahon announced the new era and the new stars involved a few weeks ago, he didn’t put any timeline on when these stars would start to arrive on the main roster, which is why there could be at least one expected this week.
Both Raw and SmackDown are being recorded live from Florida this week, which means that it’s likely many of the six call-ups will make their first appearance on either brand this week.
Lacey Evans finished up her most recent tour with WWE on Sunday night in Durham and now looks like a prime example of a star who could easily step up on Raw tonight.
Of course, tonight’s episode of Raw is already looking stacked since Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair are reported to be in attendance and there’s a huge Intercontinental Championship rematch taking place between Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose.
Not to mention the fact that both Brock Lesnar and John Cena will be returning on Raw tonight, which means that if The Lady Of NXT does appear and prove that she deserves to be part of the Raw Women’s Division, then she’s chosen a fantastic night to make an impression.