Triple H is one of the most iconic wrestlers of all time, and he’s known across the world. In a recent interview with The Hindu, he spoke about a variety of topics, including the up and coming NXT, visiting India, and his thoughts on athletes using social media in the modern age.
Check out some of the highlights below:
I love that NXT has branched into its own unpredictable and epic universe, and many of the wrestlers there are superstars in their own right. NXT can stand its own against Raw and Smackdown (the other two flagship shows of the WWE), as was evident in the recent Survivor Series event. The plan is to promote NXT talent more and more in our coming spectacles and pay-per-view events,” he explains.
On visiting India in 2017:
That was an incredible experience. I really need to thank the people of India for their continued support of WWE, and it is such an amazing place. We keep sending our ambassadors there to visit — Charlotte Flair just came back after falling in love with India and the people — and they can’t stop raving about it. I can’t wait to come back!
On athletes on social media:
I don’t agree with it at all. Obviously in any organisation, there are arguments and disagreements. Athletes need to be professional about it and not take to viewing their opinions in public. If they want to see out their contracts or leave the company, they need to do it internally — not try to ‘break the internet’ as has become the norm these days!