Bayley comments on the recent changes to NXT.
Bayley is one of a handful of Superstars that put the NXT brand on the map. Her matches on the black and gold brand with Sasha Banks helped take women's wrestling to a new level in WWE and proved that women can be the main event as well.
Recently, NXT revealed a potential change from the colorful NXT 2.0 logo to a logo that resembles the more traditional gold of the NXT that Bayley was a part of.
Speaking on the In The Kliq podcast, Bayley told Baby Huey that she was happy to see a return to something resembling the more traditional logo, saying that regardless of the branding, the mission statement of NXT stays the same and she's very excited for the future of the brand.
“I don't know exactly what that means for a change,” she said. “They just changed the logo back which is — it just felt good to see that again. But the whole roster there is killing it. I'm so proud of all the girls. I've been able to spend so much time there during my rehab and gotten to know a lot of the guys, gotten to know a lot of the girls, and watch them train, watch how hard they work. So I don't think it really matters what it's called, whether it's called 2.0 and it has some paint splashed on it, or whether it's the old black and gold, what they're doing in the ring doesn't change. They are just making everybody proud that came from there and they're just going to continue to do so.”
In another recent interview, Bayley spoke about her time training with some of the women and really put a spotlight on Indi Hartwell and her potential. Read more here.
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