Were the NXT releases WWE's personal hits towards Triple H?



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Were the NXT releases WWE's personal hits towards Triple H?

Recently, WWE wanted to go and fire numerous NXT workers, professionals and wrestlers, putting an end to numerous contracts that had been going on for years, such as that of Road Dogg, William Regal and several other leading NXT executives and road agents.

After the hundreds of releases that took place between 2020 and 2021, 2022 also opened in the name of budget cuts for the WWE, with Triple H's most close-knit part of the staff in recent years belonging to the third roster of the federation getting completely eliminated overnight, giving space to new personalities and new ideas at NXT.

While the radical change that took place backstage of the WWE color show has not gone down for many, many others have not yet understood the reason that is pushing WWE to so drastically modify its rosters and its backstage hierarchies, with some web wrestling insiders who seem to want to meet us.

WWE: NXT's layoffs had one goal: Triple H

Ringside News recently reported that sources within the Stamford-based company have confirmed that all of the recent NXT releases were a move to attack the WWE COO, wanting to send a loud and clear message to Hunter.

According to some internal sources who obviously want to remain anonymous, the thing "seems to be personal to Triple H because in reality, it is." And again "it sounds like a conspiracy theory, but they were all Triple H men, specifically Triple H people and it was all intentional."

From Road Dogg to William Regal, up to the segment where Bron Breakker destroyed the old logo of NXT black and gold, the whole thing seemed to go against the WWE Triple, in a situation similar to the throne destroyed by Cody Rhodes with the Sledgehammer, but all magnified and even more direct.

The last of Triple H's trusted athletes and insiders left at NXT are now Shawn Michaels and Samoa Joe alone, with the two remaining steadfast at their stations for the time being following yesterday's releases.