Triple H maps out WWE’s plan for Global Domination

Triple H presenting WWE’s future plans

After successfully starting the operations of a Performance Center in the UK, WWE has been planning more such centers across the globe. In his recent interview, Paul Levesque/Triple H, the Executive Vice President of WWE has again affirmed the plans of the Global Development System of WWE.

When talking to the UAE’s The National Triple H has said:
“I can tell you there will be a Performance Center in India. There will be a Performance Center in the Middle East. There will, more than likely, be a Performance Center in Latin America. We will be replicating this process around the globe, all over.”

But WWE has not presented with a timeline to open other PCs. They have always maintained that if the talent and fans would come to a place, then it will open the center.
“If we go in the Middle East and we start to recruit there and we see that all of a sudden there’s this massive interest, there is a massive depth of people that we feel have the ability to succeed, then we would go there first, or quicker.”

WWE is operating their first Performance Center out of the US in London and also broadcasts NXT UK show weekly. Pete Dunne is the current NXT UK Champion while Toni Storm holds the NXT UK Women’s Championship and James Drake and Jack Gibson are the NXT UK Tag Team Champions. The current plan for WWE is to try to open new Performance Centers in the Middle East, China, India, Latin America, and other European Countries. These PCs, then, will work as the pipeline for future WWE superstars in the same way NXT is doing currently. Also, this will help WWE to increase their viewers base in those territories. As the first step towards this vision, WWE will be holding tryouts across the globe.

WWE is holding tryouts in India on 14-15 March this year aiming to recruit up to 40 new faces for training in their US Performance Center. The Great Khali is the most famous of Indian wrestlers which helped WWE to increase significant viewerships in India. Recently they have tried to gain ground in India by Superstar tours and even pushed Jinder Mahal as the WWE Champion with the same vision. Indian wrestlers Kavita Devi Singh, Saurav Gurjar, and Rinku Singh are currently part of NXT. In the past, the names like Olympic Silver Medalist Sushil Kumar have also been linked to WWE. WWE even published a weird video of Stephaine McMahon dancing to Bollywood Music along with the Singh Brothers which did become viral in India.