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Default What do you think is wrong with NXT currently?

There were two title changes at Takeover and yet there are no new threads made. I think this is pretty telling that interest in NXT has waned.

Do you think this is true? If so, why do you think this is?

For me, storylines were always simple but still interesting. Now nothing really interesting is happening either... Could this be because of that writer going to Smackdown?

Talent... When thinking of great NXT talents in its history, I realise all of them were kinda indie/TNA/Japan-made already. Of course some good "WWE-made talents have come out of the system. I guess now Tye Dillinger would be the closest. But the talent seems a lot blander than before. Is NXT really as good at creating new stars as we think?

Personally I haven't actually watched any weekly NXT's this year, and after watching the Rumble and Takeover I'll be cancelling my Network subscription! Not to say either show was bad... But NXT used to really be must see for me. Perhaps I'm just burnt out on it. What do you all think?
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