Workdwide Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) used to have a Pay-Per-View called In Your House. Most of the matches in the Pay-Per-View event were cinematic matches. The PPV events were held during the 90s. 27 of those events took place during that time.
TakeOver: In Your House will actually bring the show back after a 20 year absence. According to many, it is an excellent time for Worldwide Wrestling Entertainment to revive the event. Many people are stuck in their houses due to a pandemic right now.
Triple H answered during a media call about brining back In Your House. "It absolutely came about given the circumstances. As TakeOvers evolved in the beginning, they all had names. Then as we started going into cities, we started morphing them into the location.
So, it's always a fluid work-in-progress kind of thought. So, as this came about when we had the opportunity to do a TakeOver, what should we do? We're back in Florida and in our home so the conversation came up," said Triple H.
"It seemed like the perfect timing with everyone stuck in their house. It was funny that we made the decision to name it TakeOver: In Your House and it wasn't until after that it was pointed out to me that it was a couple of days before the 25th anniversary of the first In Your House PPV.
So, it all worked out great and we'll see where it goes.
Triple H Praised Matt Hardy
Worldwide Wrestling Entertainment hasn’t held many cinematic matches over the past few years. A series of cinematic matches were held during this year’s WrestleMania 36 Pay-Per-View event.
We even got to see the awesome Boneyard match between The Undertaker and AJ Styles. Triple H went out of his way to praise Jeremy Borash and Matt Hardy’s match, which was a very good cinematic match. "It's a funny thing that people say all of a sudden there's this cinematic thing.
But people have been doing these matches for 20 years: Rock and Mick Foley at Halftime Heat, Austin and Booker in the grocery store. There's so many of those over the years," stated Triple H.