Triple H can undoubtedly be counted among the greatest superstars in WWE's long history. The Game, which debuted as far back as 1992, still occupies a leading role backstage. Many regard him as the designated heir to lead the Stamford federation after Vince McMahon.
The 14-time world champion has significantly reduced his appearances in the ring in recent years, despite never having officially announced his retirement from competitive activity. At the age of 51, it is likely that he is closer and closer that day.
In a recent interview with SportsNation, HHH described the ideal setting for his last match before hanging up his boots once and for all.
Triple H reveals interesting plans before in-ring retirement
“I would love to perform at Madison Square Garden again.
To tell you the truth, I'd be happy to do a farewell tour fighting in the main arenas around the world, and then have a great final fight at WrestleMania. It would really be a special epilogue ”- Triple H declared.
Unlike other wrestling companies, WWE likes to define itself as a sports entertainment company, in fact, talents are referred to as superstars rather than wrestlers. "There is a substantial difference: anyone can fight, even in their own backyard, but that doesn't automatically mean being a superstar.
If there is one thing that Vince McMahon taught me it is the impact of communication. It is not so important what you say to people as it is how they perceive it. You have to know the audience you are dealing with well."
Triple H then focused on the rise of Bianca Belair: "When she arrived and she auditioned for the first time, I don't know if she knew exactly what we were. I immediately understood that she would need some time to express her potential.
Once settled, she has shown that she has all the credentials to breakthrough. She has it all: she is available, humble, hungry. I have no hesitation in saying that she is one of the best superstars we have ever had”. WWE NXT recently presented their biggest TakeOver of all time.
It was a two-night event titled WWE NXT TakeOver: Stand & Deliver. One of the matches on the card saw Adam Cole and Kyle O'Reilly fight tooth and nail to get the win in the main event of Night 2. The match was a brutal encounter.
It ended with O'Reilly sandwiching Cole between his knee wrapped in a metal chain and a steel chair to get the win. The result of the match left many people wondering whether Adam Cole was heading up to the WWE main roster.