Triple H talks to WWE.com about the future of WWE.
You can’t hold the future off, the future is coming. If you handle it the right way, you end up like me. There’s a point in time where people said Triple H was becoming the past. Now people are saying I’m the future.
Triple H talks to WWE.com about Hell in a Cell matches and his own experiences in the cage.
Hell in a Cell changes your life… not just your career. You’re not going to walk out of it the same way you walked into it, if you walk out of it unassisted.
Triple H talks to Chris Jericho about his start in WCW, the Klig and the name “Triple H”.
Shawn started calling me Triple H day one, I think it was an Arn thing. He was like what’s your gimmick again? Hunter Hearst Helmsley, holy crap Triple H and he just walked off. With him it was always Triple H. When we switched from out of the gimmicks to be a bit more real, Vince asked me at the time, do you just want to use your real name? I was like not really, I’ve got some time with this Hunter Hearst Helmsley thing like the Hunter and all that stuff.
Triple H speaks to WWE.com about the signing of Kenta and what he will bring to the WWE roster.
I’ve known about Kenta for years. He’s one of the biggest stars in Japan. He’s a huge talent, obviously. I’m excited for him to try to bring his brand of sports-entertainment to WWE and see how he does.
Triple H talks to WWE.com about WWE TLC and CM Punk.
I didn’t happen to see C.M. Punk’s promo Monday night because I was a little bit busy creating the biggest match in WWE history. That being said, C.M. Punk says a lot of things; he runs his mouth a lot. It doesn’t make a difference to me. It’s irrelevant to me. He can say whatever he wants. I’m not phased by it. All I care about is C.M. Punk shows up and does his job.
Triple H talks to Grantland.com about his role in WWE, his wife and the internet’s impact on wrestling.
Everything that has to do with talent, from the legends to the developmental system, to the live events and all of its operations and the towns we book, to where the pay-per-views are, all of it. Obviously I have a massive team that does all that, but they report to me.