Triple H Speaks About WarGames Matches

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Triple H Speaks About WarGames Matches

Triple H is currently in charge of the WWE, and he recently spoke about the future of the WarGames matches. Triple H took over the reins after Vince Mcmahon retired. Since he has taken over, many people believe that the WWE has become a better product.

Under Vince McMahon, many people believed that the produce was getting extremely stale. Triple H was part of a post-Survivor Series presser. During the presser, someone asked Triple H whether we will see more WarGames matches going forward or if will it only be a thing that happens once a year, just like WCW used to do back when it was still functioning.

Triple H Talks About WarGames Match and Its Future During Presser

"I think we'll see," Triple H responded. "I think it [WarGames] worked out incredibly well tonight. We're in the process of looking at the overall year-to-year calendar, and seeing where things end up, but I believe tonight was very successful, so it makes me feel positive about it.

We'll see where the future takes us." He was then asked whether the WarGames match will also be part of other PPV events. At the moment, it only appeared at Survivor Series. He stated that the WWE may choose to use the match format going forward as it was a very successful match during the PPV.

"It could be," Triple H said, hinting at more WarGames matches across a calendar year. "For example, with Hell in a Cell stepping away, there was a feeling that Hell in a Cell is one of those things that is a giant blowoff [to a feud].

If you're calling somebody out at the end of something, you can challenge them to Hell in a Cell. "So, I hear this speculation among fans about Hell in a Cell, Money in the Bank, Elimination Chamber – maybe those things should go away.

Some of that, I hear. Hell in a Cell, I hear it. I had a highlight of my career in sorta (Mick) Foley & I calling each other out on Hell in a Cell. But then when you get into Elimination Chamber, nobody is going to go, 'I challenge you to an Elimination Chamber match with five other guys.'

It doesn't work, right? Triple H has been making very subtle changes ever since he took over. He also re-signed many wrestlers that were released by the company.

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