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The search for WWE Nixing Indie talent has led to the dismissal of William Regal

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WWE has made a lot of changes to NXT. Bron Breakker for some reason drilled a hole through the old black and gold logo. Everything is different and yesterday’s Performance Center’s extensive cuts make that clear.

Brian James has lost more than his job this week as he is no longer confirmed on Twitter. Road Dogg isn’t one of Triple H’s favorites who lost his job this week. William Regal was also chosen by The Game.

during Wrestling Observer Live, Brian Alvarez explained that William Regal has nothing to do with NXT anymore. They took him off the TV and he was no longer looking for indie talent on PWG shows because this WWE no longer wants to sign. This may have helped his release.

His role was that he would participate in Indian shows and look for talent. He goes to PWG or something and becomes the hero on the screen. This is NXT 2.0 and you know there are a lot of people who are Triple H guys and William Regal was one of them. They decided they didn’t want to see William Regal on TV. He hasn’t been on TV forever. As I mentioned above, they are not looking for indie talent. They are not looking for Indian guys. So his two jobs, he’s doing nothing anymore. He’s literally doing nothing and getting paid. I think their feelings are “why are we paying these people?” And he left.

As Acesparks News reported exclusively, the latest wave of NXT publications was a personal photo of Triple H. Everyone at WWE sees this, and any fan who doesn’t believe it won’t see the picture they want.

We need to see where William Regal falls next. Obviously, he has a lot of skills and knowledge that he can give to any company, including as a screen hero. It’s hard to believe that Tony Khan wasn’t at least a little curious about the few people who were fired from the WWE Performance Center. William Regal could be at the top of this list.

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H Jenkins

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