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Since taking the reigns of WWE’s talent development and relations departments last summer, Triple H has shown a keen eye for talent, bringing in the likes of Sin Cara, a huge draw from Mexican promotion Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre under the name Mistico, Adrian Neville who formerly thrilled audiences from America to Japan with his high-octane, high-flying style under the alias Pac, earning himself the nickname “The Man Gravity Forgot.” And most recently as last week, independent star El Generico, the Canadian born Luchador who can neither fluent English or Spanish and helps the children of a Mexican based orphanage.

The Nxt brand which “The Game” heads has allowed young talents hone their style, characters and crafts as they edge closer to becoming quite literally, the Superstars of tomorrow. In recent months we’ve witnessed the debuting of Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns, collectively known as The Shield. »

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