Over the past year, the WWE's developmental territory has undergone a drastic transformation, transitioning from Florida Championship Wrestling to NXT Wrestling. They were once separate entities, but Triple H made the decision to combine them in an effort to place more emphasis on developing new talent.
NXT Wrestling features all of the up-and-coming wrestlers who were formerly in FCW, but the NXT label has given them more exposure. Most WWE fans can only watch NXT on YouTube, but the tapings now take place at Full Sail University in Winter Park, Fla., which proves that the WWE is committed to building something substantial.
While the wrestlers are ultimately responsible for themselves in terms of reaching the next level, there is a very experienced and knowledgeable group of trainers helping them along the way. Trainers rarely get the credit that they deserve when it comes to cultivating new superstars, but they have an extremely important job with NXT Wrestling.
Here is an in-depth look at each of the six trainers currently assigned to NXT Wrestling, as well as an analysis of what they bring to the table and what they can teach the stars of tomorrow.