According to Cora Jade, NXT 2.0 brought a ton of opportunities in the direction of the younger side of WWE’s roster.
Not being in NXT for a complete two years yet, Cora Jade has made a major impact in WWE‘s NXT developmental brand. Making her debut in early 2021, Jade already has the NXT Women’s Tag Team Championship on her belt, and also competed in the women’s 2021 War Game match.
Cora Jade Believes That NXT 2.0 Worked Out For Younger Talent
Recently speaking in an interview with Fightful Select, Cora Jade spoke positively about the NXT 2.0 era, saying that it’s helped her progress as a star.
“It’s been a lot. I cam in right towards the end of Black & Gold. My debut match was the Dusty Classic in 2021. Obviously, I wanted NXT Black & Gold, I was an extra for Survivor Series weekend for four days when NXT was part of it. That was crazy, to go from that to being in the Dusty Classic. I wrestled only a few matches in that period. When it switched over to 2.0, I felt like, with change you always wonder what’s going to happen when things change and everyone has their opinion.
I felt like, at the time, it was a chance for me to grow and get more opportunities that maybe I wouldn’t have had if it was still how it was. 2.0 really opened up a lot of opportunities for younger people like myself. That change really helped me grow and have these opportunities. I’m so grateful for that. Now we’re moving in a more neutral direction and I don’t know what the future holds, but WWE is a very exciting place right now and I can only imagine that it’s going up from here and I can’t wait to see what the next era is. The Generation of Jade will still be going strong, no matter what.”