Coming out of a terrible end with their previous head coach at the NXT Performance Center, the WWE has named a new head coach and new assistant head coach. Coming out of the Bill DeMott era associated with bullying allegations, the WWE has gone with Matt Bloom (Albert, Tensai) as head coach and Sara Amato as assistant head coach. Bloom was working as an interim head coach but has now been promoted to the position on a permanent basis.
That means this guy is now NXT's head coach:
Bloom enjoyed a successful wrestling career, being a former Intercontinental in the WWE before honing his craft in Japan for eight years. His WWE return as Tensai didn't click and he has mostly been a commentator the last couple of years. He was made interim head coach of NXT in March.
Sara Amato wrestled on the independent circuit for 10 years and has been training WWE Divas since 2012.
Triple H, who runs NXT made the following statement on the promotions of Bloom and Amato: "I have the utmost confidence in Matt and Sara’s ability to train and lead the next generation of Superstars and Divas at the WWE Performance Center," said Paul Levesque. "With each having more than 15 years of experience in the business, Matt and Sara will continue to be invaluable resources to our developmental system. The trust and respect that they have gained throughout the years by both our talent and training staff puts NXT in a great position for future success."
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