The Diamond Mine faction arrives on NXT

The Diamond Mine is indeed open for business after the newest NXT faction made its presence felt last night on NXT on USA Network.

Former Undisputed Era member Roderick Strong, Tyler Rust, and Hideki Suzuki attacked NXT Cruiserweight champion Kushida at the end of the show, shortly after Kushida lost a non-title match against Kyle O’Reilly.

The faction was accompanied by Malcolm Bivens, who seems to be managing the group.

Strong has not appeared on NXT TV since April when he quit while Rust has been absent since March. It was the debut of Suzuki, who joined the WWE Performance Center as a coach a few months ago.

NXT has been hyping up the arrival of The Diamond Mine for a couple of months now, showing several unidentified individuals doing mixed martial training in the videos.

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