In an update on the changes to the developmental process, there are people who have been told that the developmental scene will be changing for the better, now that the roster has effectively become WWE NXT and that the developmental process will have a new structure and schedule in a way to present the developmental process and talent relations as a major sports entity for the WWE.
The company feel that while there are great talents from the independent scene signed to the developmental process in recent years in Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose, Antonio Cesaro and Kassius Ohno, the independent scene itself is not producing the talent with WWE potential which has got Triple H building a management team with people experienced in other sports to try and sign top level athletes that didn’t make the grade and turn them into WWE superstars.
Meanwhile, keeping with Triple H, following the announcement that he had been appointed the EVP of Talent Relations, this confimed what had been the case in the company for some time. Laurinaitis has been working under Triple H for the past few months, however has maintained his status for the role on-air. Triple H’s hirings of Canyon Cemen and Jane Geddes have seen Laurinaitis take a backseat in that role with Geddes announced as the VP of Talent Relations and Cemen running Talent Development, while reporting to Triple H.