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Jim Ross Gives Update on WWE NXT's US Television Return
Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 02.22.2013



- Jim Ross says that WWE NXT could be returning to television soon. Following Thursday's tapings at Full Sail University, a Twitter follower asked if NXT would be coming back to US TV. Ross replied with the following:

It's in the works.

There were no specific details provided. NXT currently is available on Hulu in the US but not on nationwide traditional television.



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