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WWE NXT changes logo, returns to black and gold color scheme

WWE debuted a new logo for NXT at the conclusion of Tuesday's NXT 2.0 anniversary episode.
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Everything old is new again. 

WWE debuted a new logo for NXT at the conclusion of Tuesday's one-year anniversary episode of NXT 2.0, dropping the 2.0 from the logo, and returning to the brand's black and gold color scheme. 

In a video package narrated by Shawn Michaels, highlights from the last year of NXT 2.0 aired, with Michaels stating that the purpose of NXT will always be to develop the next WWE superstars. At the video's end, the old logo dissolved into the new, a hybrid of the NXT 2.0 script with the NXT black and gold colors. 

The brand later tweeted:

Michaels was named senior vice president of talent development creative last week, a new title for the WWE Hall of Famer. Michaels had previously been referred to as vice president of talent development and creative, and has been helping behind the scenes with NXT since 2016.

Likewise, Paul "Triple H" Levesque was given the new title of WWE chief content officer last week after taking over as head of creative for the company following Vince McMahon's retirement in July.