WWE News: Triple H reveals the reason behind his recent WWE Live Event appearances
What’s the story?
In an interview with USA Today, WWE superstar Triple H commented on his recent WWE Live Event Appearances.
The former WWE champion also commented on the process of rebuilding the NXT roster when superstars get called up to the main roster and touched upon some other topics as well.
In case you didn't know…
Triple H made a return to WWE television recently and booked a spot on the Survivor Series card by replacing Jason Jordan.
He has been quite active on the WWE Live Event scene as well and wrestled numerous matches in the past couple of months. One such appearance saw him team up with The Shield and it went on to be a major talking point among the fans.
The heart of the matter
Triple H told USA Today that his last few wrestling appearances came on major wrestling pay-per-views where it’s a high-pressure situation.
He went on to add that working in Live Events is a lot easier and concluded by saying that it is really special for him despite the physical demands.
“Hey, this is fun.' One night I'm working with Rusev, the next night I'm going up twerking with the New Day, the next night I'm in the ring with the Shield. I heard a lot of fan comments when we were there, people say 'It's really cool, this is so special.' They have no idea how special it's been for me." He said.
The Game also touched upon the topic of NXT superstars being called up to the main roster. He commented that it takes a lot of rebuilding to cover up for the main roster call-ups.
Triple H will make his pay-per-view return this month when he wrestles at Survivor Series. Hunter will be part of Team Raw at the event.
As far as his Live Event appearances are concerned, Triple H is advertised for a few overseas shows including a showdown with Jinder Mahal in India on December 9.
Triple H is a veteran of the business. He has been around for numerous decades and the fact that he is still having fun shows how much he loves the whole thing.
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