In the ever-evolving landscape of WWE, the anticipation that comes with NXT talent ascending to the main roster generates a buzz that’s palpable among the wrestling community. This was precisely the case during the recent episode of Monday Night RAW, where fans witnessed Julius Creed of the Creed Brothers, alongside his brother Brutus and Ivy Nile, officially make their mark on the main roster in a significant way.
It started with an impactful statement on October 30 when Julius and Brutus Creed threw down the gauntlet by securing a victory over Chad Gable and Otis, sending a clear message to the entire RAW roster. This was more than just a win; it was a declaration of intent from two individuals who were about to step up from NXT to RAW.
Following the duo’s assertive debut, the next installment of RAW on November 6 unfolded a crucial backstage segment affording formal recognition of their move. It’s a moment of transition that comes with expectations, pressures, but more so, excitement for what these powerful Superstars could potentially bring to the Monday night lineup.
Adding an intriguing layer to their call-up, Julius Creed took to his Instagram story, providing his followers with an unprecedented glimpse into what appeared to be a WWE contract. The image shared left fans debating whether it was a prop for the televised segment or Julius’s actual talent agreement. Nonetheless, the document outlined to comma and clause the nature of their commitment to WWE and their placement within the RAW brand, detailing the conditions, rights, and even exit clauses tied to their performances.
The contract stated, “This document shall serve as a legal and binding agreement amongst all parties signed to Monday Night RAW on November 6, 2023,” explicitly naming Julius Creed, Brutus Creed, and Ivy Nile as the signatories transitioning from NXT to RAW.
The Creed Brothers’ maiden RAW voyage witnessed them dominate over fan-favorites Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa, a match that solidified their status as a force to be reckoned with. Meanwhile, Ivy Nile showcased her prowess in the women’s division by competing in the Women’s World Title #1 contender’s battle royal, a bout that ultimately saw Zoey Stark emerging victorious.
On a related note, the newest addition to the WWE women’s roster, top prospect Jade Cargill, also received attention as she addressed the limited in-ring action she has experienced thus far in her WWE tenure.
It’s no secret that the arrival and development of NXT talent on the main roster is a process watched closely by fans and pundits alike. And, as Survivor Series 2023 approaches, conversations are brewing about the potential impact recent call-ups could have at one of WWE’s premier events.
In the meantime, fans in London are bracing for excitement, as they have the opportunity to experience Survivor Series with the WrestleTalk crew at the WrestleTalk Survivor Series Watch Party hosted at the Long Arm Sports Bar & Pub.
As we continue to track the progression of Julius Creed, Brutus Creed, and Ivy Nile on WWE’s flagship show, one thing is clear: Their presence is set to alter the competitive landscape of RAW. Stay tuned for further updates on their journey in the world of WWE, as we bring you the latest insights and analysis on this promising new era for the Creed Brothers and Ivy Nile.