Karrion Kross praises Triple H



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Karrion Kross praises Triple H

During his long WWE career, Triple H held a total of 24 titles and was a fourteen-time world champion. He also won the 1997 edition of the 'King of the Ring' tournament, the Royal Rumble (in 2002 and 2016) and was the second winner of the Grand Slam Championship.

The Game is one of WWE's minority shareholders, as well as being heavily involved in the creative process. He was responsible for the birth and rise of NXT, which has become a great alternative to the Raw and SmackDown shows.

HHH underwent a delicate heart surgery a few months ago, from which he is still recovering. While he hasn't officially retired yet, the 52-year-old from Nashua is unlikely to return to the ring in the future. In a recent interview with 'CBS Sports', former NXT champion Karrion Kross had nice words for Hunter.

Kross was one of many performers fired by the company due to the effects of the global pandemic.

Karrion Kross talks about Triple H

"From my point of view, Triple H is a natural leader" - confided Karrion Kross.

“He never needed to raise his voice to be respected. He is not a person who needs rude attitudes to get others to listen to him. He has always provided maximum support to all the guys who asked him for a hand. I can't say anything bad about him.

Hunter and Shawn Michaels have helped me a lot ”- he added. In the latest edition of his 'Grilling JR' podcast, the legendary Jim Ross defended The Game from the many criticisms that have rained down on him over the years.

“I'm not sure why, but someone spread the word that HHH wasn't a good worker. Triple H was a great heel in the early years of his career and has grown into a formidable wrestler over time. My feeling is that many people do not appreciate his work for political reasons” - he commented.

Speaking on Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Sessions, Rollins recalled how NXT founder Triple H took exception to his backstage behavior at the time. “Terry is very old school in the sense that he thinks a certain way works, and part of that ideology is sort of shunning what is up and coming instead of embracing it," said Rollins.

"And I was always like, ‘Hey, the business is changing. You’ve gotta go with it. If you go against it, it’s not gonna help.’ I would just challenge him in little ways every day to the point where I was insubordinate, and Hunter [Triple H] took me aside and was like, ‘Look, I don’t see anything special in you...."