Bron Breakker talks about Triple H

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Bron Breakker talks about Triple H

As everyone knows by now, Triple H decided to retire from wrestling shortly before WrestleMania 38. The 14-time world champion, recovering from a delicate heart surgery, realized it was the right time to hang up his boots. The insiders were convinced that The Game would play one last match, but the long rehabilitation led him to abandon the desire to return to the ring.

Hunter had focused on his leadership role in recent years, having personally contributed to the birth and development of NXT. With the help of his great friend Shawn Michaels, HHH has made the 'Black and Gold' brand a great alternative to Monday Night Raw and Friday Night SmackDown.

Ryan Satin's guest on the 'Out of Character' podcast, Bron Breakker - rising star of the NXT scene - spoke at length about his relationship with the 'Cerebral Assassin'

Bron Breakker praises Triple H

“Triple H is an exceptional man, I mean really.

I wish I could spend more time with him. When I got to NXT, he was there. He stayed at the Performance Center on a weekly basis and helped out young talent. At the time, I didn't want to show off, I just wanted to be a good student and learn as much as possible from a legend of his caliber.

It would be great to have him around again and get some advice from him” - said Bron Breakker, who has already shown flashes of crystal-clear talent. Bron then went into detail: “I didn't have to deal with The Game during the hiring phase.

I had no contact with him until I set foot in NXT ”. HHH also received beautiful praise from Mick Foley: “Hunter is one of the best ever. He has received numerous criticisms throughout his career, including because of his connection with the McMahon family.

Beyond what people think, it cannot be denied that Triple H managed to bring out the best in his opponents”. Speaking on his podcast Gentleman Villain, Regal said he was impressed with Cole during his first tryout but was later advised by Triple H not to sign him just yet: "I said, and everybody else around, all the crew, everybody involved in this said, ‘This lad is as proud as it gets.

He’s got everything going for him.’ Triple H made the call, which may sound a bit harsh at the time, and he told me personally, ‘Leave him out there.’ He was already working for Ring of Honor and doing all this other stuff and doing PWG.

He said, ‘Leave him out there because in two years, the experience he’ll get out there will make him 10 times better than what he already is, if not more than that.' "