The WWE is packed full of talented wrestlers. It is the variety and depth of their roster that helps make them the dominant promotion in all of wrestling.
But it seems that, as the likes of Triple H and Vince McMahon seek to find the next generation of WWE Superstars, they are threatening mutiny from the current crop of main roster talent.
As reported by F4WOnline, there is a growing sense of frustration amongst the WWE main roster with a feeling that NXT talent is being touted above them - a feeling that seems to have come to ahead after last Thursday's NXT Takeover: R Evolution event.
As yet none of the frustrated Superstars have been named but the report goes into some detail on some of the issues threatening the WWE locker room.
As well as mentioning the disparity between WWE main roster talent pay and the wages brought home by NXT talent, there are suggestions that the regular Superstars feel they are being overlooked for match ups in recent times.
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Per F4WOnline report:
"(The WWE main roster feels) the NXT talents aren't any better in the ring that the main roster stars but the NXT crew is having better matches because they're getting better opportunities as far as in-ring work and creative goes."
With top NXT tag team 'The Ascension' rumored to be set for a main roster debut on Sunday night's TLC PPV it certainly looks like the WWE is backing the future stars.
Whether this continues, and whether it continues to bring friction between established names and young wrestlers, only time will tell.