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Triple H Is Back Working For WWE Full-Time

WWE COO Triple H has returned to his offices in Stamford, CT following a cardiac event last September. Last year, the Game suffered a health scare mere days before the relaunch of NXT into NXT 2.0. This week, Triple H’s wife Stephanie McMahon announced that she will be taking an...
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Kevin Owens recalls his first meeting with Triple H

A few days before WrestleMania 38, Triple H shocked the WWE Universe by announcing his permanent retirement from wrestling. The Game ended a legendary career, which saw him establish himself as one of the best performers of the modern era. The 14-time world champion had progressively moved away from the...
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Drew McIntyre: "I wanted to face Triple H at Wrestlemania"

In a long interview with talkSPORT, Drew McIntyre admitted that he always wanted to face the Triple H at WrestleMania. Shortly before WrestleMania 38, Triple H formalized his retirement from wrestling. The Game had moved away from the ring in recent years, thanks to the advancing age and the willingness to devote himself full time to his managerial role.

W. Morrissey Remembers Triple H Being “Furious” Over WWE SummerSlam Moment

In an appearance on The Sessions with Renee Paquette, Impact star W. Morrissey talked about some of the issues with creative from his time working on the WWE roster as Big Cass. In particular, W. Morrissey talked about the differences between WWE main roster and NXT, and recalled a moment that became apparent when he and tag partner Enzo Amore were yelled at for singing a Frank Sinatra song at Summerslam.

Triple H Was Furious With Two Former WWE Stars After They Went Off Script

They say that anything can happen when you watch WWE programming which means that you never know what a WWE Superstar might do or say on live TV. During a promo at the SummerSlam pay-per-view in 2016 Big Cass quoted Frank Sinatra’s “New York, New York” and Enzo Amore also quoted “Juicy” by Notorious B.I.G. Big Cass, now known as W. Morrissey, explained during an appearance on The Sessions with Renee Paquette that Triple H was not happy when they got backstage.

Triple H: "An honor to work with Randy Orton"

Through his Twitter profile, Triple H wanted to pay tribute to his friend and former rival Randy Orton. He said: "Only a few wrestlers actually make it to the top of WWE, but hardly anyone is able to stay there for 20 years. I had the honor of working with...

Triple H Congratulates Randy Orton On His 20th Anniversary In WWE

Triple H joined in on the celebration of Randy Orton’s 20th anniversary in WWE on Friday. The WWE Hall of Famer tweeted his congratulations to one of his top rivals during his career. “Only a few actually make it to the very, very top of @WWE, almost no one...

Triple H Congratulates Randy Orton On 20 Years In WWE

Randy Orton is celebrating his 20th anniversary in WWE today, and Triple H took to social media to congratulate his former stablemate. Ortin made his WWE TV debut on the April 25th, 2002 episode of Smackdown and Triple H posted to Twitter to congratulate Orton on hitting the two decade mark.

DDP Recalls Asking Triple H to Stop Using the Diamond Cutter in WWE

– During the latest edition of the DDP Snake Pit podcast, WWE Hall of Famer Diamond Dallas Page (DDP) discussed an occasion in the 1990s when he called Triple H after he used the Diamond Cutter on TV and asked him not to use the move. Below are some highlights (via

Triple H on Why WWE Started Focussing More on Recruiting Collegiate Athletes

One of the biggest changes WWE made to its developmental system last year was putting a greater emphasis on former collegiate athletes over independent wrestlers and stars from other companies. Triple H, in a new intervie with The Athletic this week, explained one of the reasons why — "bad habits." He explained, "The tryouts we did before, where there were a lot of athletes and experienced indie guys, I don't think there's any less of a 'That's a rock star.' The indie stuff, half of it is, 'He's a good in-ring performer, but the rest is a mystery. He's got bad habits I have to get him out of.' This is almost cleaner. It's a blank slate."

Triple H Reacts To NXT Stars Jumping Ship To AEW

Shortly before AEW Dynamite premiered back in 2019, NXT went live on USA Network and it wasn’t long before the Wednesday Night Wars kicked off. Things have certainly changed a lot over the last few years, and fans have seen a number of talents who were once at the forefront of NXT part ways with WWE and join AEW.

Triple H on Former NXT Stars Joining AEW

All Elite Wrestling has quite a few former WWE stars on its roster, many of whom had runs in NXT and trained at WWE Performance Center as part of their developmental system. That includes six of the 20 men who have held the NXT Championship, including Adam Cole (who still holds the record for longest NXT Championship reign) and Samoa Joe (the only man to win the title three times). Triple H gave an interview with The Athletic this week and was asked about those wrestlers who have made that jump to the young promotion that was once competing head-to-head with NXT on Wednesday nights.

Triple H On AEW Competing With WWE

When it comes to wrestling content there’s certainly plenty of options for fans nowadays and over the last few years there’s been a lot of talk about whether or not AEW is competition for WWE. Triple H knows what it’s like to go head to head with AEW...

Triple H On WWE NXT Superstars Going To AEW

WWE Executive Vice President of Global Talent Strategy & Development Paul “Triple H” Levesque says he’s happy for the former WWE NXT Superstars who went to AEW, if they have great gigs in their post-WWE careers. Triple H spoke with Chris Vannini of The Atlantic during WrestleMania...

Triple H On the Thought Process Behind the Change To WWE NXT 2.0

In an interview with The Athletic, Triple H spoke about the recent changes to the WWE NXT brand to NXT 2.0, the company hiring younger talent and more. Here are highlights:. On hiring college athletes and younger talent: “It always bothered me, like, (to get into wrestling in the past) you’ve almost got to be someone with nothing else going on or can’t take no for an answer and dig and dig and dig. But that pool is so small, people trying to get into this business. As I met more people, and you become savvy to the world of athletes, you realize the NFL is letting go 500 players a year. … You look at that massive pool of incredible athletes (from all sports). If you take that pool and 10 or 5 percent have big personalities that would be good for your business, you’re talking about a talent pool that’s 1,000 times bigger than right now.”