Jordan Devlin Says The Positivity In The NXT U.K. Locker Room is "Infectious"

Jordan Devlin is hungry for success.

With episode one of NXT U.K. in the books, today at 3 PM EST (United States time), the second episode of WWE's showcase of their United Kingdom superstars will air on the WWE Network. Last week's episode featured bouts between Toni Storm and Nina Samuels, Mark Andrews and Joe Coffey and also a WWE United Kingdom Championship match that saw Noam Dar challenge the reigning champion Pete Dunne.

One star of the brand who is patiently awaiting to make his on-screen debut on NXT U.K. is the first-ever OTT Champion Jordan Devlin. Last week Devlin was interviewed by the 'Irish Mirror' ahead of the premiere episode of NXT U.K. and he explained what viewers will see from his fellow roster-mates and also spoke on what viewers will see from him.

"You can expect a very arrogant, brash, fast-talking Irishman laying waste to the U.K. and trying to have it re-branded to NXT Ireland. I'm built for show as well as for go... I've had a couple of chats with Triple H and Shawn Michaels. It's next to impossible to not raise your game when you're getting advice from them." He said.

Although every individual in the NXT U.K. locker room wants to be the face of the brand, the positivity and support in the locker room is "infectious" according to Jordan Devlin.

"I come to work every day and I'm almost guaranteed to cry with laughter at some stage," Devlin revealed. "We're all so happy to be where we are and the mood and positivity in the locker room is infectious."

Fightful's coverage article of NXT U.K. goes live at 2 PM EST and to catch up on what went down during last week's episode, click here.

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