The Diamond Mine has another new member in the name of Ivy Nile. Nile was introduced by Malcolm Bivens following a tag team victory by The Creed Brothers and she joined a list of several names making their WWE NXT debut on the “2.0” version of the brand. Nile is Emily Andzulis and as noted by Bivens in his post-match promo competed on NBC’s Titan Games previously.
The @Malcolmvelli weekly fit watch ???? pic.twitter.com/skNAVcLi9H
— Matt Camp (@TheMattCamp) September 15, 2021
Bronson Rechsteiner was the first to debut as Bron Breakker. He got the upset victory against LA Knight to kick off the program and is the son of the legendary Rick Steiner. It was previously reported that Bronson would be carrying on his father’s legacy with the name of Rex Steiner, but that appears to not be the case.
Tony D’Angelo was also introduced in a vignette with a Soprano’s Mafia gimmick that went from amateur wrestling to NXT. D’Angelo was decked out very Johnny “The Bull” Stamboli as he walked the streets with a very guido accent.
Trick Williams, who was brought in by Carmelo Hayes’ right hand man is the former Matrick Belton who has previous collegiate and pro football experience.
Kyle O’Reilly was taken out of the NXT Title main event and replaced by Von Wagoner, who was originally Cal Bloom. Bloom happens to be be the son of long-time wrestling stalwart, Wayne Bloom who competed in WWF, WCW and AWA.
First #WWENXT match an #NXTTitle Match?
Let's see what ya got, @WWEVonWagner. pic.twitter.com/ueAk2suQJR
— WWE NXT (@WWENXT) September 15, 2021
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