Source: F4WOnlineWWE officials are planning on bringing NXT's TV show to the United States beginning this fall. The idea is to use the show as a way to introduce the developmental talents to WWE's TV audience, similar to the last ECW TV program was done.
The plan is for NXT, which currently airs overseas, to remain one-hour on American TV. WWE officials are high on the idea of making another $100,000 per week without any extra costs because NXT is already being taped.
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