During the pandemic era of wrestling, NXT has changed the location of their weekly television tapings.
Once hosted at Full Sail University, NXT has moved to the Capitol Wrestling Center, where Sunday’s NXT TakeOver: In Your House is set to air from.
In his media call to promote the event, a member of the media asked Triple H if NXT would return to Full Sail, now that regular touring can resume. “The Game” responded:
“So for right now the Capital Center is our home... And I want to stress that our partnership with Full Sail is still very strong. We love that partnership, I’m looking forward to having students as they open back up as a campus and get students back. They’ve been open because of online, but getting students back in place and really beginning to be hands on again, really looking forward to picking up that interaction with the students.”
Triple H continued to talk about the Full Sail studio, and discussed their contributions to the black and gold brand. The WWE Hall of Famer stated:
“NXT is for me, in some ways it’s like this youth factory. And I always say going in is like a fountain of youth and that — to me, Full Sail’s a big part of that. So whenever we have these young, up and coming talent, whether in-ring talent, behind-the-scenes talent, cameras, sound, lighting, live event production — whatever it is, it’s invigorating. And Full Sail’s a large part of that, so our partnership is still very strong. I love what we do with them, and I look forward to it continuing and growing. For right now, our home is the Capital Center. We’ll see where that goes and — but obviously with Full Sail and that team, we’re open to any and all ideas, as we always are, and we work together a lot. So it’s a very strong partnership.”
(H/T and transcribed by 411Mania)