Former NXT creative team member Rob Naylor recently vented on Twitter about his frustrations with the current WWE product. One of Naylor’s main complaints was that WWE shows use the “same template” every week, and that the company needs to change their method of pushing new blood on TV.
Naylor, who was hired by WWE in 2011 after working as an announcer for Dragon Gate USA, also complained that when employees speak up against the WWE product, they get punished. Naylor says he would be told he’s not a “good soldier” when he would complain about the material on RAW. He says it will take a “highly influential writer” to put his career on the line and tell Vince McMahon “how bad things are.”
He went on to say he has no doubt WWE and NXT will get better if they take a fresh approach. Here’s what Naylor had to say, in screenshot form in case the Tweets get deleted:
It’s believed Rob Naylor left the NXT creative team around mid-2013. He worked closely with Dusty Rhodes. You can follow him on Twitter at @NINaylor.