As noted, Triple H took part in a media conference call to promote the NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn IV live WWE Network special from the Barclays Center as part of WWE SummerSlam 2018 weekend. Featured below are some highlights of "The Game" talking about the future of the weekly NXT TV show.
On moving NXT to FOX Sports 1 (FS1): "I don't know. Right now we're concentrating on the deals we have and where we'll be next year when SmackDown moves to Fox. I think time will tell and time will see right now NXT has a very good home on the [WWE] Network. People seem to enjoy it, but who knows? I would never want to say never, especially around here."
On splitting NXT into two one-hour shows, one for FS1 and one for the WWE Network: "I feel like you're setting me up for a payday off a nifty idea I end up using there," Triple H replied. "In that scenario, there's a lot of speculation, right? Even things where I go, 'yeah I could see that there's a lot of TV channels and distribution platforms out there and they all need content and they should all call me. You know it really comes down to who wants what and when. I know we say it a lot, but we're open for business and 'never say never' so I always kind of look at it with fresh eyes. The [NXT] show is an hour, it's a great length. Are there weeks when I wish it was a little longer? Absolutely. There are other weeks when I'm really happy it was one hour, absolutely.
"You know I think it just comes off to where the right fit is at the right time. A lot of that is going off your guts, right? So look, we have a lot of talent, we have some time, we have the ability to shoot this, and as technology changes those costs of shooting comes down, hopefully, and you're changing how you do things. So, there's a lot of opportunity there. I don't ever want to look at any of our programming -- this is just me personally speaking -- and say 'this is just how we do it. This show is this long, this show is this long and it sits here, this show's that and it sits here. It should constantly ebb and flow and change and times and all those things.
"Once we get into the Fox deal, you know certainly as we begin to get closer to October next year we'll all be beginning to have conversations and we'll see what those conversations bring up. We'll see where it should be, how long it should be, all those things, but everything is on the table."