The Heritage Cup is coming to a conclusion on NXT UK and Danny Burch wouldn't mind seeing the concept come to America next.
The Heritage Cup features superstars competing in British rounds matches, which consists of six three-minute rounds with 20-second breaks between each round with matches being two out of three falls.
Speaking to Mike Johnson at PWInsider, Burch discussed the possibility of the concept coming to NXT.
"If it can be done, it would be exceptional because working within the rounds system, it makes you think completely differently while you're in the ring. Just as you start to gain momentum, the round stops and you have to go back to your corner. So it's one of those things where you constantly have to be on your feet and it's a whole new, exciting dynamic that you can bring to matches. Again, it's something that's not been done in the states so I think it's one of those things that would really test guys and girls, let's see how much you can do so when you come out of that round, you can just literally jump back straight in. So I think it'd be great," he said.
Burch, alongside his tag team partner Oney Lorcan, successfully defended the NXT Tag Team Titles against Breezango on Wednesday's NXT.
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