Triple H was asked about the state of NXT during the conference call with the media after Sunday’s NXT TakeOver: In Your House.
“Look, I think you’re always looking for a spark. I think you’re coming out of COVID with certain storylines and the ebb and flow of where you’re going. Look, everybody has their opinion and they’re entitled to those opinions. I’m happy with the product. I think talent are working very hard. I think the spark comes — no show goes for ten straight years without having ebb and flow. No show goes through periods of time where things are, ‘hey, this is pretty good,’ and then certain periods of time where things are off the charts.
That’s just how it is. You’re constantly looking for the thing that gets you to the place and connects. Sometimes you got to reboot, sometimes you’re just telling a longer-term story. Every single day in this business, it’s a work in progress and you can look at moments in time of the business where people’s hindsight was 20/20 and their remembrance of it was much greater than what it was. There’s always that ebb and flow. Always. Everybody is welcome to have their opinion. I’m happy with where we are. I’m happy with the talent pool we have and where they’re going to take us. It’s a group of incredibly talented people. I’ll put that out against anything. I think we have one of the greatest rosters in the world across the board. Every day’s a challenge to get to the next one.”
H/T to Fightful
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