Triple H is preparing a takeover.
Yesterday, the first WWE Performance Center outside of the United States was established in England and unveiled to the world to further bring in talent to WWE's U.K. brand. The wrestling landscape in the United Kingdom is still buzzing from the news and NXT and NXT U.K. founder and senior producer Triple H is not stopping there as he has plans to continue adding Performance Centers in different parts around the world. One of those points will be in India according to the 'Hindustan Times' as Triple H was interviewed by the site and stated that he can say with certainty that there will be a Performance Center in India.
"We are seriously looking at setting up Performances Centers all around the world and that will help us in finding and nurturing talents from all around the globe." He explained. "In India, we will be hosting tryouts this year for the first time and when we believe that there is a substantial amount of caliber [talent], we will start the process to set up a center there. But I can say with certainty that there will be a Performance Center in India. There will be one in the Middle East and maybe one in Latin America. We will be replicating this process over and over again."
There are upcoming WWE tryouts in India as mentioned in the quote above and Triple H said the sports-entertainment company will be going all over the country to seek out talent that they believe can succeed in the WWE and the selected group will either be taken to the England or Orlando Performance Centers for further training.
“The process is that we will [be] scouring India to find talent who we believe can succeed in WWE. We will be working with a number of partners to look for the best athletes and also people who have a true passion for this work." He said. "We will narrow down to the best applicants and they will be invited for the final tryouts. The selected bunch will be taken to either London or Orlando for training."
Fightful has a video news update about the unveiling of the U.K. Performance Center and to watch that video, click here.