New NXT book to be published

Logo_NXT_dn_crop600ECW Press issued the following press release to Prowrestling.net to promote the forthcoming book NXT: The Future is Now.

NXT: The Future is Now by Jon Robinson (April 1, 2017, ECW Press) follows the rise of NXT from its conception to becoming WWE’s newest global brand. Learn how NXT came to be, from the opening of the WWE Performance Center to WWE’s new, forward-thinking approach to talent development. See how Seth Rollins, Bray Wyatt, Paige, Charlotte and other new stars have broken into WWE more prepared than any generation before. Get an inside look into WWE’s future as new and exciting performers hone their skills, personalities, and so much more under the watchful eye of Paul “Triple H” Levesque. With new, insightful interviews from Triple H, NXT trainers, Superstars and Divas, fans will learn how the future is indeed now!

NXT: The Future is Now is scheduled for a Spring 2017 release by ECW Press, in partnership with WWE. Over the past fifteen years, ECW has been a leading publisher of wrestling books, including autobiographies of Jimmy “The Mouth of the South” Hart, Larry Zybyszko, and The Missing Link, as well as The Death of WCW and The Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame series.

Powell’s POV: I’m curious to see how the book performs. NXT has a lot of buzz with the hardcore fans, and one would think that they would be the most likely to purchase a pro wrestling book. However, they also strike me as being the most likely to pay attention to reviews before purchasing a book. In other words, let’s hope Mr. Robinson delivers a strong finished product.


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