Everyday since NXT as become what it is today, all i heard or read about when somebody gets called up to the main roster is how they screwed up the character or how they didn't push the guy the same way they did in NXT. How this guy was a main event star in NXT and he's been booked to look like any other guys on the main roster. That's been happening for years now and normally i just respond that NXT doesn't attract the same type of crowds as the main roster does or that not everybody is watch NXT, so when you just continue the same push that you did with a character on NXT, it's not going to translate as well as you think. These responds pretty much get me heat because NXT fans don't want to blame Vince or the creative staff for the failures of the NXT guys. Even podcasters and dirt sheet writers don't want to see that the main rosters crowds and NXT crowds are 2 totally different type of crowd. But that's not the point of this thread. The point is that NXT is supposed to be a developmental territory. It'S technically FCW but with better production and facilities and a better TV show seen worldwide. But does the fact that the show is seen worldwide hurt the performers. Personally i feel like it does mostly because since they have to tape of show that's seen worldwide, they have to signs bigger name stars that fans that will attract fans that like watching other style of wrestling like ROH or New Japan, so i takes away from the others guys that don'T have as much experience and could get it by being on the show. The other problem is with the big indy names stars on NXT is that it create a expectation from the NXT fans when thoses guys get called up on the main roster. They think that since they we're big stars in NXT, they will automatically get the rocket attach to their back on the main roster because of how much work they put in on the indy's before coming to WWE. To quote Jerry Lawler, ''It doesn't matter what you did outside WWE'', and he's right. When you look at the history of WWF/E, a lot of the big star had to prove they could get over before getting the ball and running with it. So why would this be any different in 2017? When WWE was running OVW, FCW or any of the other developmental territories, did we cares as much about how those guys would get push when called up? no because we couldn'T see them on TV or on the network every week. They didn'T have special event before the big four ppv. So they could pretty much learn how to work WWE style and then they when they got the call to be on the main roster, they felt fresh and we would get invested a lot more into thoses guy. Now, we don't have that anymore because they're on NXT every week and we see them perform on a weekly bases so we think of them as been WWE superstars right off the bat instead of seeing them as developmental guys that are learning how to work the WWE style so when they bring them up. They're not Fresh anymore to a portion of the fans and we bitch about how they screw up their push because we followed them Through their journey. So that's why i fell that NXT having to much exposure is hurting the talent more then helping them. If they we're a local developmental territory with a local show, when a big name talent like Shinsuke Nakamura or bobby roode would get called up, they would fell fresh because we didn'T see them on NXT before hand and weren't expose to their matches on the show.