Meet future WWE divas, superstars in South Florida


WWE NXT, the developmental wing of WWE, makes its much anticipated return to West Palm Beach on Saturday, March 16 for the St. Patrick’s Day Knockdown at the (South Florida) West Palm Beach National Guard Armory, 3193 Gun Club Rd.

The event will feature more than 20 NXT superstars and divas in action. They will also sign autographs and pose for photos in a family friendly environment.

In October, NXT made its West Palm Beach debut featuring a special guest appearance by WWE World champ Alberto Del Rio and Ricardo Rodriguez. Fans also had the opportunity to see NXT superstars like Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins who are now in WWE alongside another NXT alum Roman Reigns as part of The Shield.

As the official developmental system of WWE, nearly 50 superstars and divas currently on the WWE roster have traveled through the doors of NXT, formerly FCW, to hone their craft.

They include Aksana, Wade Barrett, Evan Bourne, Daniel Bryan, Camacho, Cameron, Antonio Cesaro, Brodus Clay, Johnny Curtis (Fandango), Bo Dallas, Ted DiBiase, Alberto Del Rio, Epico, Alicia Fox, Justin Gabriel, Hunico, Kaitlyn, Tyson Kidd, Big E. Langston, AJ Lee, Brad Maddox, Jinder Mahal, Michael McGillicutty, Drew McIntyre, Rosa Mendes, Naomi, Natalya, Titus O’Neil, David Otunga, Primo, Ricardo Rodriguez, Alex Riley, Damien Sandow, Sheamus, Skip Sheffield (Ryback), Heath Slater, Tamina Snuka, Jack Swagger, Yoshi Tatsu, Jey and Jimmy Uso and Darren Young.

The St. Patrick’s Day Knockdown is in conjunction with the WWE NXT Live Tour at the West Palm Beach National Guard Armory, 3193 Gun Club Rd., West Palm Beach, Fla. 33406. The Armory is south of Palm Beach International Airport. (I-95 to Summit Boulevard. Go west to Congress Avenue. Go north to Gun Club Road. Go west.)

Bell time is 7:30 p.m., and doors open at 6:30 p.m.

Tickets range from $10 to $30 and are available at participating Buddy’s Home Furnishings. Tickets and additional information on shows are available at

NXT Live is sponsored by Buddy’s Home Furnishings and Brand Source Printing.


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