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NXT Premium Live Events Set To Once Again Go On The Road

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A new report has indicated that NXT’s feature events are set to no longer be from the Performance Center starting from February 2023.

The stars of the original black and gold brand had been on the road for their showpiece events since 2015, just one year after the brand launched. As with many things, this came to a grinding halt during the Coronavirus pandemic, and since then the shows have emanated from Full Sail University and later the Performance Center. The one exception to this was for Stand & Deliver earlier this year, when NXT joined the rest of the roster in Dallas, Texas for WrestleMania week.

However, according to a new report from WrestleVotes it would seem the brand is set to go back on the road starting in February next year, with Charlotte the first destination.

Hearing some great news out of the PC this afternoon, source states NXT is returning to the road for their future Premium Live Events. Starting with “Vengeance Day” on February 4th from Charlotte, NC.

The main WWE roster had a number of homes within Florida during the pandemic, with the first Premium Live Event back on the road being Money In The Bank in July 2021, which was held in Fort Worth, Texas.

Although there is no official confirmation on the location for Vengeance Day or the future locations for both NXT’s Premium Live Events and weekly programming, it would be likely that it will be while before the brand is back on the road regularly, although this is the first sign of a move in the right direction alongside the untelevised live events they have been putting on.