LA Knight: Bio
Let LA Knight talk to ya: He has come to NXT to change the game on the black-and-gold brand.
One of NXT’s biggest free agent signings in recent history, Knight made a big splash immediately. Making a surprise appearance at NXT TakeOver: Vengeance Day, Knight had a confident message for the NXT Universe signed on the dotted line to officially join the NXT roster.
Knight has already promised big things on the black-and-gold brand, and why not? He’s tasted success in a variety of independent promotions, capturing championships in both singles and tag team competition.
Calling himself “the last of a dying breed,” Knight proved more than ready to test his smashmouth style against the biggest names NXT has to offer. He backed up his bravado by defeating Cameron Grimes in a Ladder Match to win the newly reinstated Million Dollar Championship, then decked Ted DiBiase himself when being presented with the title.
If Knight’s track record is any indication, he figures to be a major player on the black-and-gold brand. And that? That’s just a fact of life.