Triple H Speaks About NXT Stars Joining AEW



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Triple H Speaks About NXT Stars Joining AEW

Triple H is currently working as WWE Executive Vice President of Global Talent Strategy and Development. His real name is Paul Levesque, and he stated that he is happy to see NXT stars joining AEW. He also stated that most of them have excellent skills which will help them in their post-WWE careers.

Triple H spoke about all of this with Chris Vannini who is from The Atlantic. This conversation took place during WrestleMania 38 week. Chris during that time, took the name of some famous NXT Superstars, including Adam Cole.

Triple H spoke about the talents that were mentioned during that conversation. According to him, he helped those talents a lot which is now the reason why they are doing so well even after they have quit the WWE.

Triple H Talks About Still Keeping in Touch with Former NXT Wrestlers

“I like all those guys,” Triple H said.

“They helped us get where we needed to get, and I’m thankful for it. The truth is there was a period of time when we were trying to build NXT. We built NXT. Then we were trying to build a brand that could get a television show and sustain it.

All those names helped us get there. “Whether anybody believed or not they fit on Raw or SmackDown, those aren’t necessarily my decisions solely, and they’re Vince’s (McMahon) decisions and fans’ decisions; and then, can we continue to do business with them?” Triple H also revealed that he actually still talks to some of the wrestlers that are now part of the AEW.

According to him, the wrestlers came to the WWE to learn, and now they are simply at a higher level. He also stated that they need to be acknowledged for their work outside of the WWE as well. “If they have great gigs, I’m happy for them.

I stay in touch with almost all of them,” Triple H said. “I like to think they came into us here, we taught them a lot, got them to (a higher level) where they learned how to do television, how to be professionals and all that to be successful there.

At some point, they might come back with us, or they might never because they don’t fit our brand as well, but that’s OK. They got us to certain places, and I’m thankful for that, and they’re thankful for that, and they’re off to different things.

But that doesn’t stop the train. People leave football teams, move to different teams all the time, and it’s great”.