Triple H provided a peek behind the curtain, showing his enthusiasm for what NXT is and what it can be.
In a conference call with several media members, per Dave Scherer of PWInsider, Triple H touched on a number of NXT issues. He said he was overall happy with NXT in general and the prospects who have been recently called up. He did, though, admit how what works in front of an NXT crowd may not translate to the main roster.
We've seen that with Adam Rose so far with there being less energy from fans outside of Full Sail University.
The COO also talked about speeding up the NXT taping schedule. It would be ideal to do so, and he said he liked the idea of the show going live, but lamented the increased costs that would bring.
Other noteworthy answers he gave included his belief that NXT could reinvigorate Tyson Kidd's career and that he had no comment about whether WWE had signed Prince Devitt and KENTA. WWE is, though, scouting more international talents.
The company recently held tryouts in Brazil, Europe and the Middle East.
It was clear from the call that Triple H is pumped about NXT Takeover and developmental as a whole. He should be. He's worked to add a variety of talent to the system, something that is apparently going to keep happening.