WWE News: Triple H reveals plans to make NXT a global territorial system
Here's what Triple H plans on doing with NXT going forward.
What's the story?
As reported by John Pollock of POST Wrestling, Triple H has revealed the WWE's plans to make NXT a global territorial system.
Apparently, Triple H asserted that the plan is to make NXT a global brand. In addition to this, "The Game" also managed to discuss an intriguing new term put forth by him.
In case you didn't know…
Paul "Triple H" Levesque is the WWE's Executive Vice President of Talent, Live Events and Creative.
Widely considered to be the founding father of WWE's NXT brand, Triple H has closely monitored its growth ever since its inception in 2012.
The heart of the matter
Veteran professional wrestling journalist John Pollock noted that Paul has indeed taken credit for coming up with the term "global localisation".
The vast majority of professional wrestling experts believe that the WWE is likely to extensively utilise the aforementioned term in its global expansion agenda for the NXT brand in the days to come.
A few excerpts from Pollock's social media post regarding the same, are noted below:
"Paul Levesque takes credit for coming up with 'global localisation'. He explained their push to create NXT brands around the world as a global territorial system, reminiscent of the plan the company toyed with over a decade ago but never went through with."
Triple H recently introduced the North-American Championship to NXT, which in turn is being noted as a surefire sign that WWE will be pursuing its agenda of expanding NXT towards becoming a global brand.
Furthermore, the belief is that although WWE scrapped initial plans of going forward with the global territorial system about 10 years ago, the promotion is now interested in revisiting and pursuing the idea.
Triple H truly is a genius - both inside as well as outside the squared circle.
The multiple-time WWE Champion is a visionary, under whose guidance NXT is likely to continue evolving at the wonderful pace it presently boasts. The global territorial system is indeed a challenge and it'll be intriguing to see just how much time and resources the company choose to invest going forward.