More details about the NXT UK contract situation have been updated, according to a report by the Wrestling Observation Newsletter (necessary subscription). With news coming out of NXT UK talent receiving various tier contracts and that there are constraints of big stars competing outside their brand, Dave Meltzer reports that WWE's contract with different promotions in the UK enables them to & Buy & Turn Down & # 39; the promotion if they want.
"Part of WWE working agreements originally proposed and it was agreed that WWE would have the right for the next few years, if they chose, to buy the companies at an agreed price (at least six high figures in some cases ) and then shut them down so they would no longer compete "with them" with the idea that would happen when they were running full time schedules in those markets. "
WWE currently has a working agreement with PROGRESS Wrestling and the Scottish Union Wrestling Championship. Both promotions have used the highest stars of NXT UK as well as SmackDown superstar Killian Dain. Earlier, it was reported that a list of "non-competing" promotions was disclosed, although IMPACT Wrestling was not part of it.
The current NXT UK stars, including WWE Championship, United Kingdom Pete Dunne and Tyler Bate, were allowed to compete at Destiny Wrestling, although it will not be for live streaming and audience only.