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Triple H On When He Plans To Stop Wrestling

As noted, Triple H is on the cover of the latest edition of Muscle & Fitness magazine. “The Game” spoke with the magazine recently and here are the highlights.

The challenges with being an in-ring performer and an executive:

“Going from the locker room and the road to coming into the office and working with the executives, it’s a totally different mindset and culture. You have to learn how to switch hats quickly. Something I always marveled at when I would first come into the office was Vince’s ability to switch hats instantaneously. One minute he was looking at logo designs, the next minute he was making a decision about an international market, then 10 seconds later he was doing something creative that had to do with the show. And that’s what it takes because there’s so much flux.

“I’m in charge of talent, live events, and a lot of the creative. I also have a lot of input with certain programming. To be honest, if I weren’t on the show every week my life would be a whole lot easier. It takes up a lot of time.”

When he plans to stop wrestling:

“I think about that. I don’t want to be doing this just to do it. In the past several years there have been opportunities that have presented themselves. It all depends on the year. If you ask me right now about next year, I’m not even thinking about next year.

Would you and your wife be supportive if any of your kids decided to join the business?

I’d love it and support it, if that is what makes them happy and that’s what they want to do. WWE is a wonderful business and very family friendly. [But] at the same point in time, my middle daughter wants nothing more than to own a nonprofit farm for wayward animals, where she lives in a tree house and operates [the farm] with magic money that comes in somehow. That’s her goal, and if that’s what she wants to do, I’d support that, too. You just want them to be happy at the end of the day.

You can read the entire interview here.

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  • ‘Drowen Hart #NBNC ???????

    “I don’t want Triple H and his big nose running WWE when Vince ultimately goes away”- Lisa and her bestie Joe (formerly known as HOAK KOGGAN)

    • Darda Cook

      Lisa and her bestie Joe (formerly known as HOAK KOGGAN)

    • Lisa

      You’re right, Drowen. I hate Triple H. He is well past his expiry date.

      • ‘Drowen Hart #NBNC ???????

        Not really lol

        • Lisa

          What does HHH have to offer in a WWE ring? Tell me.

          • ‘Drowen Hart #NBNC ???????

            A lot depending on the storyline lol.

          • Lisa

            He just doesn’t have it anymore. As I said earlier, he’s a shell of his former self. He should stay out of the ring and concentrate on his backstage politics.

          • Bonkerz

            3 words – IN-RING PSYCHOLOGY. Nobody does it better – Sami Zayn shows promise though, give him a few more years.

          • Lisa

            At this point HHH is simply old, washed up, slow and not good enough to be a main event wrestler. He should keep his gigantic nose away from the ring.

  • Z….

    HHH is still one of, if not the best characters they have in that entire company. Along with the McMahons, the Undertaker, Paul Heyman, Chris Jericho, there isnt really anyone better than those guys. I know I’m in the minority on this, but I didnt think there was any issue with him headlining what was supposed to be the biggest Wrestlemania ever. He has been one of the guys that carried the company over the last 16 years, and honestly, nobody works harder than he does. It would be a real shame for his career to end while he is still near the top of his game.

    • Lisa

      I would agree with you if you were talking about the HHH of 1999-2006. The HHH of 2016 is a joke, a shell of his former self. An egotistical, selfish executive who wants to keep hogging the spotlight and bury younger full-time wrestlers.

      • Z….

        I’ve seen a couple of his promos in the heel authority figure role, and I saw his match at Wrestlemania. I actually thought he should have won. I stand by what I said, but you have your opinion. I still think they obviously need to build new stars. I just think for that moment, especially with what is going on in the company with roster depth, that its hard to argue with him continuing to work matches. Last time I saw Vince before recently, he had the best segment I’d seen from WWE in over 10 years. I had to see it after the fact, online, but it was an angle a couple of years ago(?) where he had some sort of street fight on raw with someone. I dont remember who it was though (it might have been HHH, Randy Orton, or John Cena). Anyway, those people, and a couple of others, are clearly still the best characters in that company. They’re just on a different level, in my opinion

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