WWE's success stories in recent years have regularly pointed back in one direction - NXT.
The likes of Finn Balor, Kevin Owens, Samoa Joe and Shinsuke Nakamura were all a part of the brand when it turned more into a separate entity, after being mostly a developmental system for its first few years.
Even that method worked to an extent, honing the crafts of stars like Charlotte, Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch.
All of those names have been big players in the WWE recently, and even a man like Braun Strowman who was developed in the Performance Centre yet never used on NXT television has gone on to be a huge hit with fans.
Triple H is the man behind the success of NXT, and it's the reason why many are calling for him to take over the running of the main roster product in the near future.
He's currently got an endless amount of talent on the current roster who could do major things on Raw or SmackDown; Aleister Black, Johnny Gargano, Velveteen Dream, Tommaso Ciampa, Matt Riddle - the list is endless.
Not everyone makes a positive transition to the so-called 'big leagues' though - there's every chance you can get left behind if you don't take your chance.
And Triple H has hinted to the fans that not all of the talents you see on NXT now will make it to red or blue brand.
"I think there will be some talent that will be incredibly successful, global, household names that will probably never leave that NXT system because that's their home base and that's where they fit, and they'll have incredibly successful, meaningful careers," HHH told Kenny McIntosh of Inside The Ropes, per WrestlingInc.
"And probably over those careers they'll gravitate through different locations within the globe, maybe without never being on RAW or SmackDown, but that not being any lesser to their careers."
It's an interesting topic to debate considering there's a lot of talk surrounding New Japan's Kenny Omega currently, and if his career wouldn't be complete if he didn't make the jump to the WWE.
But there's now a new world out there for NXT superstars if they never get the call for the main roster.
WWE fans shouldn't be alarmed at the prospects of never seeing the likes of Dream or Gargano at the likes of WrestleMania though, as they're surely certain to make the jump in the near future given their popularity.