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WWE news: Triple H tells NXT wrestlers they can be stars without being called up

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Before the huge WWE “NXT: Arrival” show, Triple H met with the young talent on the NXT roster about the company’s plans for NXT and the future of these young stars. According to PWS on March 9, Triple made it clear that call ups to the main WWE roster may be less frequent in the future.

Since the last year and a half saw the call ups of The Shield, The Wyatt Family, and Big E Langston, and before that Fandango and Cesaro, it seems that call ups being less frequent will mean the WWE will just stick with their basic roster with little to no changes for awhile.

While NXT is called the future of the WWE, that future might not arrive on the grand stage for a long time.

However, Triple H also ensured that NXT would get pushed hard with the WWE Network and that all the wrestlers there would be much bigger stars than ever before thanks to the promotion on the WWE Network. While this might be disappointing to some wrestlers who wanted to make it to “WWE Monday Night Raw,” this might also open the door for more wrestlers to get the exposure they need to become stars in their own rights.


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