WWE President and Chief Revenue Officer Nick Khan says that a “revamp” of NXT is underway and that changes to the product will be seen within a couple of weeks.
In an interview with Ariel Helwani for BT Sport, Khan said that Triple H is leading the changes.
“We’re doing a complete revamp on NXT, led by Triple H, Paul Levesque, who is really one of the architects of the original NXT,” said Khan.
“In terms of an NXT rebrand, look for it in the next couple of weeks. It’s gonna have a whole new look, it’s gonna have a whole new feel.”
Khan also indicated a change in philosophy when it comes to recruiting talent for NXT.
“What we believe, because of lot of the ‘indie wrestlers’ if you will have come through our system and are in our system with SmackDown and Raw now, we don’t want to just keep doing that same thing,” said Khan. “We want to look elsewhere for great young talent.”
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Khan also spoke of a more direct kind of developmental system, comparing it to high school and college football talent recruiting.
“So what we found, it’s part of why we did the tryout [Las Vegas tryout on Friday], what we want to make sure is it’s easy for folks who want to be WWE superstars figuring out how to be WWE superstars,” said Khan.
“If you think of the life of an elevated athlete throughout their career, the opportunity to go play somewhere has always been easy, being able to play somewhere is not… If you’re an amazing high school football player, colleges come after you, you get recruited, you go into their system, and either you make it or you don’t make it. All that it takes to get there? Difficult. The system? Not difficult,” said Khan.
“We want our system to be an easy system where people who want to be superstars know how to get to us and we can get to them.”
The full interview can be seen below.