Triple H Giving WWE Creative Time To Write Talents Out Of NXT
Triple H is looking to streamline the NXT to WWE Main Roster process
With Triple H in charge of WWE creative, there’s renewed hope amongst fans that the dreaded NXT to WWE main roster transition can be handled properly, after multiple bungled call-ups during the latter years of Vince McMahon’s stewardship of WWE.
With Triple H the initial mastermind behind NXT’s transformation from game-show to viable third WWE brand, it’s safe to assume that ‘The Game’ will handle NXT call-ups with more care and attention, and on the Oh You Didn’t Know podcast, WWE executive Road Dogg commented on the call-up process:
"Yeah. So all of the above to be quite honest with you because there's not a strict streamlined process, especially now that Hunter is in charge of the creative. He understands much more about giving fair warning so you can write the person out or write the person off or however you're going to do it. It gives you time to prepare creatively for that.
“I like a heads up. So sometimes we got those and sometimes we didn't. I think going forward, you'll always, I'm speaking now from NXT creative experience, that we had time to prepare to send people off, but sometimes we got, 'Hey, we're taking this person because we got an idea for this and this', and you could be in the middle of something with them or not, and there they went. So I don't think it'll be that way anymore because I think everybody understands at least let me beat him on the way out or let me do something to close the book on his character or whatever. Give us time to create something. I think that'll happen a lot now,” said Road Dogg.