War Machine made their NXT debut at the live event held on Friday evening in Sebring, Florida.
While the duo did not compete in an actual match, they did come out wearing their familiar ring attire from their independent run and walked to the ring accompanied by their usual heavy metal music.
The two were not called by War Machine or referred to by any other name.
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As noted, WWE announced back on January 18th that the two had signed with the company, along with Ricochet and Candice LaRae. They did appear in the crowd at the NXT TakeOver: Philadelphia special and were referred to as War Machine.
For photos of War Machine’s NXT house show debut, click here.
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