What To Do NXT: What I Would Do With The Yellow Brand

Jackoby CalibanContributor IAugust 6, 2010

Whilst I sat and watched NXT on Tuesday, I thought 'What happened to this program that in the words of Vinnie Mac was supposed to be the 'Future of WWE programming''. The opening Vignette was possibly the worst bit of television I have watched. For those who don't watch NXT it was a kissing competition. WTF WWE WTF. 

Upon turning the TV off at that moment, i thought 'I can make a better show than they are currently putting on on NXT. So I gave gave it a couple of minutes of thought and this is what I had come up with.

12 rookies hoping to get a WWE contract but only the top 6 get contracts, the person in second place gets either an intercontinental or US title match at a PPV and the  person in first gets either a WWE or a WH title match at a PPV, there will be a ranking system that isn't down to the fans or the WWE pro's, they have to fight for it. There would be a point system where if you win you get a point if you lose or get disqualified you get no points. There would be 2 seasons a year with them being drafted up to the main roster at the annual draft in April and at the NXT only PPV Judgement Day in October.

Sure it would be scripted but it would make for a better show than having rookies do challenges that have nothing to do with wrestling.

What do you think? Is this better than the current NXT or worse? Leave comments or your own ideas or you can just rip on this idea if you want.

(Jack Woodbridge)

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