NXT Fight Size Update: Mauro Ranallo Addresses Future, Cole vs. Baker, Taping Schedule, More

Here is your NXT Fight Size update for the afternoon of 8/20/19.

- WWE Now looks at NXT moving to USA. You can view their report in the video above.

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-  In case you missed it, WWE officially announced that NXT will be moving to USA Network beginning on Sept. 18. 

- There was speculation over what NXT moving to USA would mean for Mauro Ranallo, who isn't Vince McMahon's cup of tea as an announcer. Ranallo addressed those rumors on social media. 

- NXT was scheduled to hold television tapings on Sept. 11 and 12. With the show going live every Wednesday, those tapings have been canceled. Fans who purchased tickets to the Sept. 11 tapings will be granted access to the Sept. 18 show while fans who had tickets for Sept. 12 can use them for the Sept. 25 episode. 

- Britt Baker will battle Adam Cole on Wednesday nights.

- Adam Cole and Johnny Gargano react to the news.

- WWE will get $50 million in rights fees from USA with NXT moving to the network

- Fightful's Sean Ross Sapp hasn't heard of NXT changing things up despite the network switch.

- NXT TakeOver specials will remain on the WWE Network. The show will be available on-demand on the Network every Thursday beginning at 8 p.m. ET. 

- Beyond Wrestling, who ran Uncharted Territory on Wednesday nights, weighed in on the NXT move. Season two of Uncharted Territory will now be held on Thursday nights.

- See more superstar reactions to the move by clicking here.

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