It's taking time, but Triple H wants a constant home for the UK talent, but it takes time to get something like that done.
He spoke to the Independent about the UK talents. He mentions putting together a viable, constant touring brand would take time, but it is still in the plans.
“Pete [Dunne] and all of those UK guys are very talented. Putting together a product of a television show and live events in the UK and doing what we do takes time. I would love for this to have happened quicker and sooner but we are where we are. We’re still in that process but we’re using those guys here and there and they are still doing their other bookings as well as working with us. As we move forward, I’m hoping something more definitive for them will be coming soon and we’ll certainly be letting everyone know. They are all very talent kids and a bunch of them are at the Performance Centre now, training and constantly working with us as we try to improve them so that, when the opportunity comes, we are ready to go.”
WWE has been actively looking for a TV deal in the UK that would feature members of WWE's UK division. There was a report last month that they were shopping around to a number of networks, one being ITV, which aired a pilot for a revived version of the old World of Sport wrestling television program last year.