Triple H was one of the best things about old Black and Gold NXT. He ran the division during what many would say was the promotion’s best days, and so the NXT 2.0 rebrand didn’t go down with a lot of people.
However, it appears that the days of the colourful NXT 2.0 may be coming to an end, or at least we may see the product slowly return to the Triple H ‘vision’.
Writing in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Dave Meltzer noted the current belief now that Vince McMahon is gone and Triple H is running WWE’s creative team, is that NXT will at least “somewhat” return to the Triple H version of the show.
In NXT, the belief was that the product will revert back somewhat to Levesque’s previous vision of it. The belief was that while they will continue to heavily recruit top tier athletes, a process Levesque has been a key player in over the past year, that they would be more open to use more experienced wrestling talent as well, and that going forward the door would be more open to better wrestlers who weren’t as big or as good looking as McMahon wanted on the roster.
There have been rumours that Triple H will be trying to re-sign a number of former NXT stars, including former NXT Champion Johnny Gargano, so it could be that we will slowly be making our way back to the good ol’ days of NXT.
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