Triple H took part in a conference call recently where he addressed a lot of questions about the future of the NXT brand. Yes, Trips is recovering from a torn pec surgery, but that just shows his dedication to furthering the direction they have laid out for the future.
Dave Meltzer discussed the ideas that Triple H touched on during Wrestling Observer Radio where he disclosed that he did hear “for sure” that WWE was planning a Japanese WWE Performance Center.

“He didn’t say where, I mean I’ve heard several different places. I mean Germany obviously, the UK obviously, Saudi Arabia obviously there’s also issues and there’s probably others as well. But many different places probably Mexico, South America, Japan — actually I did hear for sure Japan as one of the places.”
“But they’re earmarking these places. He said that there’s going to be lots of news coming out of this next year. But the idea is all the NXT Champions might tour all the little NXT places that the champions from the little NXT places might come to the United States. That the UK guys are going to come in for WrestleMania Weekend this year.”
“He talked about the idea that some of the older guys who get signed on to NXT might now make it to the main roster but they might end up as coaches.”

There are obviously a lot of plans in the works for NXT and where they might plant the next WWE Performance Center. But judging from the way Triple H hyped their future, it certainly seems like there is going to be some very interesting developments coming very soon especially if WWE decides to build a Performance Center in NJPW’s backyard.
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