Tony Nese, an AEW star, has spoken out about Triple H taking over WWE creative. Operating for him is awesome, Nese said during a Facebook Live while signing autographs on Captain’s Corner. From what I’ve learned from talking with him, I believe he’s ideal for the job, and many others agree. I don’t understand much because it’s above my pay grade. I like his fashion, and I liked the black and yellow NXT. It really doesn’t seem to be the same people for as long as the booking style is retained.
Nese made his WWE debut in the Cruiserweight Classic in 2016. He eventually lost in the second round to Brian Kendrick and signed with the company shortly after. He’d make sporadic performances on Raw before becoming a regular on Triple H’s 205 Live. Nese would win the Cruiserweight Championship from Buddy Murphy on the WrestleMania 35 pre-show and hold it for 77 days prior to actually losing it to Drew Gulak at Stomping Grounds.
Due to budget cuts at the time, he was let go from the company in June of last year. In October of that same year, Nese appeared as an audience member on AEW. After defeating Fuego Del Sol on an episode of Dark, he agreed to sign with the company that has made his in-ring debut. He later played squash against Danhausen and is now partnered with Mark Sterling.
At the SummerSlam Tryouts today, Triple H praised the current Raw Women’s Champion, Bianca Belair, in front of the massive pay-per-view event tomorrow night in Nashville, Tennessee. By the end of the day, The Game informed the candidates that WWE was looking for the next Bianca Belair. Just walking in today means a lot to me. When asked what she thought of Triple H’s comments, Belair said, It brings back so many memories for me.
My first trial run was also in front of fans at the Arnold Classic, so I understand how they feel. All I have to say is that there are some future WrestleMania main eventers here, and it means a lot to me that I got to see them for the first time. All of the prospects at the tryout were former college athletes from a variety of sports, and the tryouts lasted a few days as WWE keeps developing their NIL programme.