WWE News: Triple H in India to reportedly promote WWE event
What's the story?
WWE has a huge fanbase in India which accounts for a majority of their social media audience. With the rise of Jinder Mahal and concentration on the Indian market, WWE is making moves to make as many fans in India as possible.
Triple H recently arrived in Mumbai to promote an upcoming WWE tour of India.
In case you didn't know...
Triple H is not only "The Game" but he's also Executive Vice President of Talent Relations, Live Events, and Creative. Triple H is also frequently used as an ambassador for the company.
It's been rumoured that WWE had plans of touring India once again since before Jinder Mahal's ascent to the top of SmackDown Live. Now it looks like an official announcement is on the way.
The heart of the matter
The last time WWE took their show to India was in January 2016. A lot has happened in the WWE landscape since then and fans can't wait to see their favourite Superstars again.
The Wrestling Observer Newsletter reported two Raw brand house shows are in the works. The December tour will feature Superstars from the Raw brand who are expected to be on the tour include Roman Reigns, Alexa Bliss, Braun Strowman, Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins, Finn Balor, Bayley, The Miz, Sasha Banks, and more. WWE Champion Jinder Mahal is also expected to be on the tour as well.
Triple H appeared to have a great time seeing the crowds of people gathered to greet him and he seemed very positive about the entire experience. WWE is planning to bring a tour to India they won't soon forget.
As WWE continues to stretch their reach around the world and corner new markets this kind of overseas touring will become a vital asset to their success.
Hopefully, they'll be able to make a great impression and create even more fans to sustain WWE's influence in the Indian market. But more importantly, the WWE Superstars can't wait to get over to India in order to perform for the
WWE needs to go to India more often. If they really have that much of a following there, it needs to be tended to. After all, there are plenty of pro wrestling companies who would love a strong Indian fan base.
But it looks like they're finally getting close to making something official very soon.