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Nick Khan Comments On Why It’s Difficult To Create New WWE Stars Today

Posted By: Ben Jordan Kerin on Apr 02, 2022

Nick Khan Comments On Why It’s Difficult To Create New WWE Stars Today

WWE President Nick Khan discussed why it is so difficult to create WWE stars in 2022 during an interview on The Town podcast.

WWE recently changed its approach with regards to new talent with the focus very much on young athletes over experienced wrestlers.

The company often holds WWE tryouts to scout for new prospects.

“It’s definitely more difficult. Let’s look at Logan Paul, who is wrestling a match for us this weekend along with The Miz. If you look at Logan Paul, if YouTube and the social media platforms didn’t exist, let’s say its 15 years ago, could he have been the next big WWE Superstar? Sure, but he figured out a way to make a ton of money without having to go do that.

“We’ve made a massive pivot. We came to him. It used to be, you’d get boxers on the downside of their career; Joe Lewis, Muhammad Ali, coming to wrestling. Now you’re getting them on the upside; Floyd Mayweather, 15 years ago, Tyson Fury a few years ago. I think the athletes see the benefit of our platform, but in terms of creating new, full-time stars, we’ve completely shifted our recruiting efforts.”

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