The WWE's wrestling/reality-competition hybrid NXT premiered back in February 2010 and is best known as the program that introduced talents such as Daniel Bryan, Wade Barrett and David Otunga to a wide audience.
In the two-plus years that have passed, NXT has been taken off the air in the United States but is currently enjoying a cult afterlife on YouTube, Hulu and WWE.com.
The current NXT has dropped the reality-competition element and acts solely as its own separate brand, and because it is now such a lower priority for the company, the creative and production team of NXT is given a rare opportunity to fly under the radar and make a show that’s allows its story lines to breathe and it’s roster of characters to be quirkier and more three-dimensional.
As a result, NXT may not be the “best” wrestling program out there, but it’s by far the most consistently entertaining product that the WWE produces. Here are six reasons why wrestling fans should seek out the show online: