Ariel Helwani meets Nick Khan | WWE releases, the future of NXT, and his role in the company

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BT Sport published this video item, entitled “Ariel Helwani meets Nick Khan | WWE releases, the future of NXT, and his role in the company” – below is their description.

WWE resident and Chief Revenue Officer Nick Khan joined Ariel Helwani the night before #SummerSlam to talk shop. A man making a lot of headlines in the industry, he speaks about the recent wave of releases, rebranding #WWENXT, and if the company is up for sale. An extremely rare interview.

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