WWE Updates: NXT Superstar Could Go to Main Roster Soon; Will WM33 Be the Place?

WWE may have a few things up their sleeves in terms of bringing new talent into the main roster but one particular case, the talent may not be "new" to the fans. Wrestlemania 33 is drawing closer, and while the massive pay-per-view may see the likes of The Undertaker, Randy Orton, and Brock Lesnar, there are names that many are looking out for to make their impact felt.

Such could come not only in the biggest wrestling event of the year in WWE but the night after as well. One of the most probable things is calling up someone from the NXT roster up to the main brands, which some on Japanese superstar Shinsuke Nakamura.

According to Sportskeeda, Nakamura is rumored on finally getting more recognition of his awesome in-ring skills the night after Wrestlemania 33, namely Monday Night RAW. This, of course, is yet to be finalized and should be taken with a pinch of salt for the time being. Looking at the superstars who already made wonderful careers coming from NXT-all members of The Shield, Bailey, Charlotte, Sasha Banks, Neville, Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, Baron Corbin, Apollo Crews, Samoa Joe and more-it is not an impossible action for WWE to take, given Nakamura's talent to back it up.

Another supporting claim is that of Fox Sports, saying that he the "Phenomenal One" AJ Styles has been challenged by Nakamura to a match at Wrestlemania 33. Contradictory to this, however, is the fact that Styles will be fighting for an opportunity at the belt on Smackdown Live-even declaring that he will be the main event of the WWE pay-per-view. Another case is that now confirmed WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle looks to face Styles some time if he ever gets back in the ring.

Will WWE finally bring forward the skills of Nakamura to a bigger audience? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below and stay posted for more details.

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