#2. Seth Rollins comments on fan attack following RAW, more details on the incident
The former Universal Champion admitted that he was terrified when the incident happened and hoped that the security team would stop the culprit before any significant damage was done:
"It's terrifying, brother. It happened very quickly. I was mostly just reacting and hoping that our security would come and do their job, which they did very quickly. And then was just trying to detach and move on. Hope that everybody is okay," said Seth Rollins.
The Monday Night Messiah stated that he escaped without any injuries and added that the accused should be rightfully banned from attending future WWE events:
"Once the tackle happened I knew what was going on. The guy was barreling around the corner. No serious injuries, nothing like that. I was safe; we were safe. Everything was okay," Seth Rollins added. "I think as a precedence, he probably should not be allowed at the events."
The attacker was later identified as Elisah Spencer, a 24-year-old from Red Hook, New York. Police quickly arrested Spencer and charged him with attempted assault and disrupting a live sporting event.
It looks like the accused planned the attack in retaliation for being catfished by a fake Seth Rollins account on social media. You can read more about the shocking reason here.
#1. Stephanie McMahon provides an update on Triple H's health and WWE status
Alex McCarthy of TalkSPORT recently had a chance to speak with Stephanie McMahon and asked her about Triple H's ongoing recovery.
Triple H underwent emergency surgery in September following a cardiac event, and the NXT boss has since been on a break from WWE. Stephanie McMahon provided a positive update by revealing that her husband is doing great:
"I had the chance to quickly speak to Stephanie McMahon yesterday, and she says that Triple H, Paul Leveque, is 'doing great' following his cardiac event. Good news," wrote McCarthy.
Triple H was recently spotted for the first time since his surgery in a clip that also featured Vince McMahon. The WWE Executives were seen at the construction site of the company's new headquarters, and fans were quick to speculate about Triple H's return to work.
However, while Stephanie McMahon was present backstage at Survivor Series, PWInsider reported that Triple H was not at the WWE pay-per-view.
The good news is that Triple H's recovery is going along just fine, and it's just a matter of time before he comes back to look after his backstage responsibilities in WWE.