WWE Group Officially Splits

WWE logo over Brooks Jensen Fallon Henley Josh Briggs

Since bursting onto the scene in WWE NXT, Josh Briggs and Brooks Jensen have been inseparable, until now that is.

Josh Briggs warned his partner Brooks Jensen and Fallon Henley that he wanted to go solo for his NXT Heritage Cup match with Noam Dar on the 13th of December edition of NXT television and that is exactly what he did. However, Dar had his Meta-Four group with him and their distractions allowed the Scottish star to retain his title via disqualification.

Following that loss, Jensen, Briggs, and Henley met backstage and it was left to Brooks Jensen to do the noble thing as he commented how it seemed Briggs wanted to be a singles star so it was time to split the team and let him do just that. In the end, an amicable split left Briggs and Henley walking away and leaving Jensen on his own.

Brooks Jensen then took to social media to comment on the heart-wrenching split:

Josh & @FallonHenleyWWE, If you must go I wish you love You’ll never walk alone #WWENXT #family

Former WWE NXT Team Set For TNA Debut

While the split of Jensen, Briggs, and Henley leaves NXT one tag team down, another former team on the brand is set for an even bigger new beginning.

The Dyad left WWE when their contracts expired in October and now under their Grizzled Young Vets name, James Drake and Zack Gibson have announced they’ll be debuting for TNA very soon.