WWE’s focus on NXT gave it a bigger spotlight on some of the posts coming from the Superstars. That being said, some companies will not last.
During After The Bell, Triple H discussed the rise of NXT. He acknowledged that some companies are about to become a thing of the past. The good news is that the ones who will no longer be there are the ones who abuse their talent.
“I think all this is important in this power supply system for what the business is. People who have been misunderstood, like when we went to the UK, what we were trying to achieve there because of little thought or little vision. Yes, some of them the Indians are going to leave. ”
“The ones that are going to leave, the ones that pay you $ 25 when you were promised $ 75, the ones that have a ring that you wouldn’t keep and didn’t have medical care, the ones that didn’t give them to you. [They] cared for you keep because they were hoping to sell some extra tickets because you had a little buzz. ”
“We wanted to work with those who cultivated, who cultivated talent, those who encouraged them to become better with promos or to give them guidance, right or wrong, in their struggles and had working equipment and medical care in case you were injured while you were where at least you didn’t lie there for 45 minutes while trying to figure out if they could get an ambulance here or call an Uber. All of these things were important to us and these were the people we worked with and allowed people to work with. From what I was told, the system has changed a lot and there are many more of them police and talent are able to police. There are reasons that some [promotions] thrive and some do not. “
No one wants to promise an amount and then receive less. The world in favor of fighting is changing. If you ask Triple H it changes for the better.
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