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NXT: What I Think They Should Do Instead

Brian WoodsContributor IIFebruary 13, 2010

WWE NXT is set to debut on February 23.  The premise of the show will follow select FCW talent in their journey towards becoming contracted members of the Raw and Smackdown rosters.

Well I thought about it and it seemed to be a nice idea, but it seems like it will run it's course wind up being stale, and get cancelled.

So I thought maybe instead of NXT why don't they just televise FCW instead. It could kind of be like Heat or Velocity, only just concentrate on the FCW talent and their own storylines. Like it is now.

Think about it WWE already tried doing something like this it was called Tough Enough and after about three seasons of it, it got stale and they cancelled.

As a matter of fact only one wrestler that won Tough Enough still in the WWE is John Hennigan (Morrison).

The Miz competed in the Tough Enough contest but didn't win, as he came in second to Daniel Puter.

Why would they try it again

I'm not even sure what they're even going to show, because they obviously don't want to show all the behind the scene views.

Like them going over what's going to happen during the matches, and storylines.

Like I said before since they are going to be using the talent from the FCW why don't they just telivise there events this in bussiness since might be more cost effective.

Also it might be a little more entertaining than their NXT idea, because they might be able to fit in all the NXT idea into the FCW show.

Well anyway I'm just thinking out loud.

Tell me what you think about my idea, I'm interested in what you think.

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