WWE has just opened a Performance Center in the UK, and Triple H is down there doing average rounds for this. Of course, he was asked by Inside the Ropes (in the video embedded above) how NXT UK fits into the broader framework of the WWE, ie if the wrestlers may or may not graduate in the lead role one day.
At that time he entered his sales launching his own territorial system on WWE:
"There are some talents here that you might see coming from the UK that could go directly to Raw, to SmackDown. this kind of perceived system in which it's like Raw, SmackDown, NXT and then NXT UK or other I do not believe it I think talent is talented, and I think they'll sit where they sit in. I think you'll see talents in the next few years to come in Raw and SmackDown, and I think you'll see them come back to NXT or return to the NXT UK system.I think the talent will begin to evolve and rotate through the territories, so to speak, and as it expands into the rest of the world As you see it will happen in the Middle East, India, Japan or South America, start seeing that the system takes place, where talent can evolve.I think there will be some talents that will be incredibly successful, will be global names, will be year names of global families that probably will never leave the NXT system because it is their starting point and is where they fit. They will have significant and successful careers and probably on those careers that will gravitate in different locations of the globe, perhaps without ever being on Raw or SmackDown but that are not inferior to their careers. "
With the kind of money WWE is making out its TV deals with USA Network and FOX, respectively, not to mention the WWE network, this type of system may not be the dream that would have been just a few years ago. it is not guaranteed to work, since these regional promotions will have to operate successfully within their region while building stars that can be rotated around each promotion, but it's a strong idea.
That said It seems still clearly evident that the idea of Monday Night Raw is none other than the number one show of the WWE, the one that gets the most creative could put us behind, sounds empty. contrary, but Raw is the first show, followed by SmackDown followed by NXT and then by NXT UK.Of course, this is a long-term plan that they put together and that the plan it is still at the beginning.
If nothing else, it should be very interesting to see how far they can take this.