WWE fans have every right to assume that seeing NXT stars fail on the main roster hurts Triple H.
The Game is responsible for the success of WWE's developmental brand, and when he's not busy helping churn out the finest stars from the WWE's Performance Center, he's busy luring the most prominent independent names to the company.
Sadly, Triple H - like the rest of the loyal fans - have had to watch several big-name superstars fail to reach their potential on the main roster.
Along with this, fans aren't too happy with the way certain NXT stars have been booked on Monday Night RAW and SmackDown LIVE.
Tye Dillinger, Tyler Breeze, The Ascension - they're three of many that come to mind, but even Triple H recently claimed that fans can't expect a lot out of every single NXT star.
Despite that, fans on Twitter are in agreement that Extreme Rules was yet another event that proved the WWE has ruined a popular name in WWE.
Fans were excited to see how WWE would book Asuka on the main roster after her dominant run on NXT came to an end.
Although the brave decision was made to have her lose against Charlotte Flair at WrestleMania 34, fans aren't too pleased with how her career has unfolded ever since.
That decision made sense.
It allowed The Empress of Tomorrow to be booked much easier on the blue brand, rather than trying to keep her unbeaten.
Still, that doesn't mean the dominating aspect needs to be taken away from her, and that does seem to be what's irritating the majority of WWE fans on Twitter during her feud with Carmella and James Ellsworth over the SmackDown Women's Championship.
Even the opinion of a legend like Jim Ross wasn't enough to sway the views of many fans, who believe the tainted loss still damages Asuka in this comedic storyline.
The fans can't be blamed for feeling this strongly about it.
Sadly, the herculean task of elevating this feud into something memorable has fallen on Asuka, which, at the moment, looks a near-impossible task.
Not only that, but the WWE seems to have done a marvellous job of diminishing the aura of her unbeaten streak like it had never happened.
With SummerSlam around the corner, fans will be hoping WWE moves Asuka onto bigger and better things.
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