Ricochet Discusses The NXT 2.0 Changes, Says The Product Will Get Better

Ricochet sees the most recent NXT change as a positive.

The NXT brand has been in a constant state of change over the past year. In September 2021, the show transitioned to a brighter and color-filled presentation, while also tacking on the '2.0' moniker to the end of its name. During this time, the show was more focused on characters and storylines rather than in-ring action.

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On the September 13, 2022 edition of the show, a new logo, minus the '2.0' moniker, was revealed to the audience, signifying another change for the brand.

In a new interview with NBC Sports Boston, Ricochet discussed the turmoil the brand has experienced over the past year.

"I think, again in this business, it’s forever. It doesn’t stop. They’re just trying something new, they’re trying something different and I think it was just so sudden and so quick that people didn’t get a chance to adjust. So now I think changing again, not back to what it was but something different and something that I feel like will be better, because now I think they have the grasp on maybe bringing some Raw and SmackDown people in or some NXT people to Raw and SmackDown. It really might start being something bigger, who knows? I think it’s so cool to be thinking about the future and being excited to see what will come from it.”

Ricochet recently competed at the NXT Worlds Collide event during Labor Day weekend. To see full results from that show, click here.

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