Triple H reveals interesting details about Vince McMahon



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Triple H reveals interesting details about Vince McMahon

A lot of people wonder how Vince McMahon is still so active at the age of 75. Controversial, discussed, hilarious, mysterious, there are many adjectives that have been associated with the WWE boss in recent decades, but we cannot deny his fundamental contribution to the rise of pro wrestling and in the expansion of sports entertainment in every corner.

of the world. During the last edition of the 'Pardon My Take' show, Triple H commented on a video that recently appeared on social media, in which Vince is clearly seen engaged in a tough session in the gym together with his physical trainer.

“There is little to say, Vince McMahon is simply incredible. He's over 75, but his work ethic remains the best I've ever seen by anyone. He still goes to the office every single day, stays there for many hours, meets the writers until one in the morning and in his spare time he doesn't stop training, even at the most disparate hours.

He also takes great care of food, he is a machine. Vince has always been very disciplined and - as I have repeated many times - his self-denial is second to none. That is why it is quite difficult to be with him for a long period of time.

It is not easy to have his own program, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week ”- explained Triple H.

Triple H shares Vince McMahon's incredible workout

In recent weeks, there has been a lot of talk about the names that will be inducted into the Hall of Fame this year.

Triple H explained how the selection process takes place: “There are numerous people who give their opinion on this. I'm talking about the various writing teams, the TV production people and so many others. Then a selection process is carried out to narrow the field until Vince McMahon makes the final decision”.

The 2021 class of the HOF includes superstars such as Rob Van Dam, Kane, The Great Khali, Molly Holly, Eric Bischoff and celebrated musician Ozzy Osbourne. The Game also stated that Bad Bunny has earned his respect with the hard work that he has put in ahead of his match at WrestleMania 37.

"I think some people look at Bad Bunny and go, 'What is he doing in WWE? I wish they wouldn't do that or whatever.' He's one of the guys that from a celebrity standpoint, he's been a huge fan, and I've met him a few times and I knew he was at that level of fandom.

But when I say dedicated himself to the idea that he was going to do something with WWE, like picked himself up, rented a house in Orlando and moved to Orlando, and has been at the PC every day. I see people online going, 'First time he takes a bump in the ring he'll be done with.'

That was a long time ago. He is tearing it up in the ring every day. When people say, 'He's taken up a spot,' he's earned my respect and the spot that he has."