NXT to move all future tapings to WWE Performance Center from Full Sail University

John Pollock of PostWrestling.com is reporting that all future NXT broadcasts, starting with Takeover 31 this Sunday, will be taking place from the WWE Performance Center in Orlando.

The move means that NXT will call the WWE PC its home for the foreseeable future after taping for years at Full Sail University in Winter Park. It’s not known why WWE is moving out of Full Sail and no explanation was given. The 205 Live shows will also be taking place at the Performance Center.

The NXT Takeover show is said to be having a unique look according to Triple H and he said that they’re doing something that has not been done before. It’s also unclear if that look will carry over to the weekly NXT shows.

Despite having the ability to film from the Amway Center, WWE has opted not to move NXT tapings to the Thunderdome. The company’s deal with the Amway Center runs out at the end of this month.

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