Yesterday, WWE has released several producers and NXT stars. William Regal, Road Dogg, Scott Armstrong, Dave Kapoor, Ace Steel, Ryan Katz, Alison Danger, Sarah Cummins, George Carroll, Hideki Suzuki, Danny Burch and Timothy Thatcher all are released from their contracts.
According to Fightful Select, many people backstage in NXT didn’t like Bron Breakker smashing the old NXT logo at New Year’s Evil.
“Several people that we spoke to within NXT felt that Bron Breakker being scripted to kick the gold “X” in half was symbolic, and many didn’t like it.“
Ringside News reported that, this is not only about removing Triple H’s people, but it was also personal. WWE was cleansing NXT of Triple H’s influence.
We asked around about WWE firing Triple H's people from NXT and whether it was a conspiracy. It's not only 100% legit, but it was also personal.— Steve Carrier of Ringside News (@steve_carrier) January 6, 2022
Source: "You're not a conspiracy theorist, it was Triple H's people, specifically Triple H's people and it was all intentional."
At this point the two biggest Triple H allies left in NXT are Shawn Michaels and Samoa Joe.