NXT is debuting on the USA Network this week and a lot of fans are anxious to see how the show might change.

We previously reported that WWE is hiring writers for NXT as well.

During a recent teleconference, Triple H was asked about the creative process in NXT after the USA Network move. According to The Game, that’s not going to change. They will be going about business as usual, only they’re producing a weekly live two-hour show now.

“From a creative side, [the process] doesn’t change [with the move to USA]. We’ve had a team that I’ve liked for a long time that is central to doing this.”


“They’ve been our team for a long time and they oversee NXT and also have some oversight on the UK. That’s been core and part of that core is having guys like [Road Dogg] and Shawn Michaels down there. I can’t say enough of us being able to work together with the writing team and with William Regal, Matt Bloom and Sara Amato.”

We’ll have to see whether Vince McMahon will eventually want more of a say in what happens on NXT. The jury is still out because NXT hasn’t even debuted on USA Network yet and it won’t be until after AEW starts until we’ll know how the audience might be skewed.

It doesn’t appear that Triple H is preparing for any big changes to NXT. Or, at least, he’s not talking about it right not.

Thanks to Wrestling Inc for the quote

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