The latest NXT TV tapings saw a major title change suggesting that perhaps the loss might mean a call-up to WWE's main roster.
** Spoilers Ahead
As reported on WWE.com, the NXT Tag Team Championships have changed hands. WWE writes:
Undisputed ERA's Bobby Fish & Kyle O'Reilly defeated The Street Profits to win the NXT Tag Team Championship at Thursday night's NXT tapings at Full Sail Live in Orlando, Fla.
Watch NXT in the coming weeks to see how Undisputed ERA prevailed over Angelo Dawkins& Montez Ford.
NXT streams every Wednesday at 8/7 C on the award-winning WWE Network.
The Undisputed Era went into NXT Takeover: Toronto bragging they would walk away with all the NXT Championship. Unfortunately for them, only Adam Cole was able to retain his title and both Roderick Strong and Kyle O'Reilly and Bobby Fish were unable to capture gold. It took a few extra days but the tag team titles did come home to the group.
WWE won't likely acknowledge the change on tv right away as the match should air on September 4 on WWE Network and this could be an indication of bigger plans for The Street Profits who have been appearing regularly on WWE main roster programming for over a month.
Will the team be holding the belts on Raw this week when they appear in backstage segments even though WWE.com has already reported the title change? That will be interesting to see.
Get details on breaking news from Thursday night's NXT tapings in Orlando, Fla.— WWE NXT (@WWENXT) August 16, 2019
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What This Means
This could be a sign WWE has finally decided to bring the Street Profits to Raw and let them compete. A popular team, they've been appearing in backstage segments for some time with the titles but have yet to compete in a main roster match.
Without the titles, they are free to move on from NXT and perhaps WWE moved the belts to give them a much-overdue run.