Post-NXT ArRIVAL Interviews, Triple H Reacts, Adrian Neville Speaks, Title Match Highlights

Alex Riley spoke with Triple H after this week’s NXT ArRIVAL pay-per-view. You can watch the interview at this link or embedded in the video below:

Riley spoke with Cesaro about his match against Sami Zayn. You can watch that interview at this link or embedded in the video below:

Tensai spoke with Too Cool after their NXT Tag Team Championship match. You can watch his interview at this link or embedded in the video below:

Riley spoke with new NXT Champion Adrian Neville at this link or embedded in the video below:

A video highlight from the title match between Neville and Bo Dallas is online at this link or embedded in the video below:

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  • Borgi83

    Triple H saying “you´ll watch these guys in 5 years at WM and say they´re uneblievable” is ridiculous givent the mindset of WE/Trip/Vince and what they are currently doing. The booking is horrible and the´ll bury 75% of these talented guys (if they make it to the main roster at all) by bad booking, not utilizing them to full extend and not listening to what the fans want. The fans want to be entertained by amazing outstanding matches (not talking about Match of the year every night) and wish to have guys like NXT kick asses on the main roster with a move set way beyond 5-moves-of-doom. WWE needs to let go and give people in the ring more flexibility and allow them to turn off the roof. Then and only then WWE will make the next step and be truly entertaining.

    • David C

      WWE’s biggest problem to me isn’t that people are being held back too much, it’s more of an issue of the WWE manufactured stars.

      What i mean by that is there are certain people on the roster who are only ever trained to be a WWE superstar and as a result they don’t learn the finer details of the art of wrestling. There is a very good reason why a guy like Cena can have some great matches and some terrible ones. When he’s given an opponent like Daniel Bryan and Cesaro we see matches with variety and a different pace. The timing changes and it doesn’t become reliant upon kicking out of finishers for pops or finisher trading spots.
      You get him in the ring with a guy like Orton and we end up with what feels like the same old thing.