Crazy Steve, who was one-third of villainous stable Decay, announced on Twitter that he will leave Impact Wrestling. Now, Wrestling Observer Radio is reporting that Crazy Steve received a WWE offer and he will likely start his career there at WWE’s developmental division: Wwe Nxt.

Crazy Steve, Steven Scott in real life, captured the TNA Tag-Team championship with partner Abyss in 2016 and had an extensive feud with Broken Matt Hardy before the latter’s departure earlier this year.

At NXT, Steve is expected to fill the void to be left by future main roster call-ups like former TNA worker and current NXT champ Bobby Roode, Hideo Itami and Andrade Almas, who could appear in any of the two main shows – "SmackDown Live" and “Monday Night Raw” – this year.

Breaking Goldberg's streak

WWE NXT Women’s champion Asuka was happy to learn that she had already shattered Goldberg’s undefeated streak of 155 matches. Asuka, whose own streak stands at 163, shared the news on her Twitter page to celebrate her major accomplishment.

Asuka, who recently received a newly-designed WWE NXT championship belt, will have a tougher time preserving that immaculate record the next time she steps in the ring. At "NXT: Takeover Chicago," Asuka will be defending her crown in a fatal four-way match against Nikki Cross, Ruby Riot and Ember Moon.

Hardy Boyz trademark

WWE officially made the Hardy Brand their own after the company filed for Hardy Boyz trademark early this week.

Pro provides the nature of the trademark for the current WWE RAW tag-team champions. In the case of The Hardy Boyz, they filed the standard trademark for “Entertainment services, namely, wrestling exhibitions and performances by professional wrestlers and entertainers.”

“The second Hardy Boyz trademark was filed for merchandise including “Clothing, namely, tops, shirts, jackets, sweatshirts, hoodies, outerwear, bottoms, pants, shorts, underwear, dresses, pajamas, lingerie, clothing ties, scarves, gloves, swimwear; Halloween and masquerade costumes; footwear, namely, shoes, sneakers, slippers, flip flops, boots; headwear, namely, hats, caps; wrist bands; bandanas.”

As reported by Wrestling Observer Newsletter, WWE has already made a move toward bringing the Broken Universe gimmick to “Monday Night RAW.” WWE officials have already reached out to representatives of Anthem Sports and Entertainment, the parent company of Impact Wrestling, to see if they can find a middle-ground or resolution to the ongoing legal dispute over the Hardy’s Broken gimmick.

The same source reported that the main objective for bringing the Broken Universe to WWE programming is purely business because of its massive merchandizing potential.