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15 Things You Didn't Know About Your Favorite NXT Wrestlers

It’s no secret that NXT is the hottest thing in pro wrestling at the moment. Some would even say that the WWE’s developmental brand is actually much more enjoyable to watch than the main WWE product i

It’s no secret that NXT is the hottest thing in pro wrestling at the moment. Some would even say that the WWE’s developmental brand is actually much more enjoyable to watch than the main WWE product is nowadays. One thing is for sure, it is building so many great future stars, and pro wrestling’s future is certainly looking pretty bright under the charge of Triple H. Though the brand is still quite new and fresh to the world of wrestling, there is still a lot more to be discovered when it comes to these great future stars. This article will take a look at 15 things you probably didn’t know about your favorite NXT wrestlers! Enjoy!

15 Sasha Banks: Real Life Cousins With Snoop Dogg

via:twitter.com

14 Bayley: Obsessed With Becoming A Pro Wrestler Since The Age Of 11

via:www.todaysknockout.com

13 Corey Graves: Professional Piercer/Degree in Marketing

via:bleacherreport.com

12 Aiden English: Son In Law of Vickie and Eddie Guerrero

via:bleacherreport.com

11 Tye Dillinger: Released By The WWE In 2009

via:en.wikipedia.org

10 Emma: Arrested and Released By The WWE

via:www.business2community.com

9 Dana Brooke: Professional Bodybuilder

via:villains.wikia.com

8 Chad Gable: Competed In The 2012 Olympic Summer Games

via:twitter.com

7 Tyler Breeze: Trained By Lance Storm

via:wrestlingnews.co

6 Enzo Amore: No Wrestling Experience

via:dailywrestlingnews.com

5 Baron Corbin: Played In The NFL, No Previous Wrestling Experience

via:journeyofafrontman.com

4 Samoa Joe: Good Friends With Tito Ortiz

via:en.wikipedia.org

3 Sami Zayn: Wrestled With A Mask For More Than 10 Years

via:www.youtube.com

2 Eva Marie: Left The NXT Training Facility To Get Trained By Brian Kendrick

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1 Finn Balor: Turning 35 Next Year

via:www.balls.ie

Despite being labelled as the future of the wrestling business, many tend to forget that Finn Balor has actually been around for quite some time. Despite his young looking, blemish free baby face, Balor has actually been wrestling for quite some time now. Finn made his debut in 2000, at the age of 18. It has already been 15 years of wrestling for WWE’s future star. Balor’s popularity grew while wrestling with “New Japan”. Despite a promising position with New Japan though, Balor decided to make the jump with NXT at the age of 33. His risky move certainly came with a reward, as Balor is the current NXT World Champion, and is billed as the future of the wrestling business despite his age of 34. Quite the story for Balor.

Sources:  wwe.com, bleacherreport.com

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