In the latest WWE rumors, is some talk of NXT champions coming to one of the rosters. Former WWE star "Road Dogg" Jesse James, real name Brian James, is now part of the team that puts on "SmackDown Live" each week. He recently appeared on an episode of Sean "X-Pac" Waltman's "12360" podcast according to Sportskeeda and spoke on the topic of bringing new talent to the "blue brand" for Tuesday night's Basically, James would love to have all four of the current NXT Champions as part of the show, but will it happen, and how soon?

Asuka & Bobby Roode

The current NXT women's champion is Asuka, who has even snapped the legendary Goldberg's win streak without being defeated.

She's battled through the best of the best in her division and is still awaiting a big match against Ember Moon. WWE fans are still wondering when Asuka might join the main roster as she'd become one of the next big stars in the women's division. Perhaps at this point, they don't want to overshadow the contributions of Alexa Bliss, Charlotte Flair, and others.

The same goes for the men's NXT Champion Bobby Roode. He's been one of the top stars on the roster ever since coming over from TNA Impact Wrestling. Unlike AJ Styles, Roode didn't just move straight to the main roster, though, and it's believed he is being kept on the NXT roster to help keep interest in the product.

Roode has defeated stars including Shinsuke Nakamura for the championship, as well as Tye Dillinger, and Hideo Itami.

There's also the NXT tag team champions, the Authors of Pain, who have manager Paul Ellering. The former WWE tag team Champions Legion of Doom was managed by Ellering, as were the team called Disciples of Apocalypse.

So Ellering would have no problem returning for a role with WWE's main roster, but how would his tag team do?

Bring them to 'SmackDown' show?

As mentioned, Brian James helps head up the writing and production for the "blue brand." There were even previous rumors he was going to become the head writer.

He recently spoke to his former D-Generation X pal, "X-Pac" about who he'd like to bring up from NXT to the "SmackDown" show. It's no surprise that he mentioned all four of the current champions just mentioned.

James mentioned he believes that Asuka is a huge star for NXT but could be "an even huger star at the next level." That's probably true, and putting her on the same show with the likes of Becky Lynch, Charlotte, Flair, Naomi, and Natalya, could be a huge boost for the women's division there.

As for Bobby Roode, James said he's known him for years in TNA and elsewhere, and that he's a great human being. He added that he feels Authors of Pain are "getting better and better" as they are willing to learn and perform.

He noted for big men they have great instincts and timing too, so these guys can certainly become something great on the show.

Just over the past year, multiple superstars have made the jump from NXT to the main roster. They've included Finn Balor and Samoa Joe to WWE "Raw" and then both Tye Dillinger and Shinsuke Nakamura to "SmackDown Live." Whether or not all four of the current champs will go to "SmackDown" is an interesting question. These four future stars would benefit either roster, although "Raw" is not hurting for its men's singles or tag team divisions right now.

As for when they might all show up, it's unlikely to happen at the same time, or in the next month. While former NXT stars Paige and Kevin Owens each showed up while they still had NXT gold around their waist, the more recent call-ups did not.

Finn Balor, Alexa Bliss, Nia Jax, Carmella, Apollo Crews, and American Alpha were amongst those who made the move when the WWE Draft took place, so quite possibly, WWE will bring the new crop of stars in the next draft.

WWE fans, where would you like to see Asuka, Bobby Roode, and Authors of Pain if they move to the main roster?

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