Over the last couple of years we have seen the WWE signing multiple top talents from the American and international independents. Guys like John Moxley (now Ambrose), Claudio Castagnoli (Antonio Cesaro), Chris Hero (Kassius Ohno), Bryan Danielson (Daniel Bryan) and El Generico (Sami Zayn) are prime examples. And with the new NXT/WWE developmental facility and Triple H seemingly having gotten the idea that it is just as good to take an experienced wrestler and teaching him the WWE system than it is to take a football and teach him to wrestle from the ground up the signings are sure to continue. But are they working too fast? WWE signing top independent talent isn't exactly new, but during earlier runs they'd sign a couple of top guys and leave some. Allowing the independents to recover before they sign the next generation of top stars, which themselves have been trained or mentored by the veterans. Can WWE's new aggressive independent signing strategy hurt the independent scene? What do you think is better, signing independent wrestlers or signing athletes from other sports?