NXT will become the “internet darling” – today in the United States it’s only available on WWE.com. It still airs on TV in certain international markets, including in Canada on theScore Television Network – perhaps the reason this “season” of NXT has gone as long as it has is because of contractual obligations from these agreements. Hardcore fans will seek out the product online, especially with its recent reputation of showcasing stellar matches (Tyson Kidd vs. Michael McGillicutty comes to mind). Another welcome addition would be new faces from FCW and may not be ready for the next tier (Smackdown) just yet. Personally, a large part of why I watch NXT today is for the commentary. Last week when Matt Striker filled in for Josh Mathews, I laughed out loud at several things he said, less because it was intended as a joke, but more because I couldn’t believe he said it on the air.