The Reason Triple H Doesn’t Want Some Stars In WWE

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Triple H only wants those in it for the grind in WWE and is glad he doesn’t pick people who choose lighter schedules.

Speaking on The Pat McAfee Show, Triple H explained how he keeps track of those working in the industry with the help of those working with him in WWE but says ultimately he has to see how good someone is before they’ll get a chance in WWE and says success elsewhere won’t guarantee success at the biggest show in town:

There are things I used to be on top of all the time. I would keep track of everybody, everywhere, who was working in this business. I don’t have time to do that anymore. I have people who do that. People like William Regal and different folks that are out there. I get reports on everybody. I know who is out there, I know how good they are, I know what their potential is. I see what’s out there. I don’t subscribe to, ‘this guy says they are good, that guy says they are good.’ I have to see it.

It’s just keeping track of who is out there and what they can do. Because they succeed someplace else doesn’t mean they’ll succeed at the big time. How many players go from college football at a high level and fail in the NFL? It’s massive. It’s a different game, a different world.

Triple H Explains Why Some Stars “Have No Business” In WWE

Triple H then also took issue with those working elsewhere with lighter schedules than WWE despite the company perhaps already passing on that talent:

If they are not here to be all in on this…when I see people coming out of trying to make it, and then they pick a job where, well, they work less, the schedule is lighter, then I’m like, ‘I’m glad I didn’t pick you.’ If you’re not in it for the grind, at that point early in your career, you have no business being here.

During his comments, the fans present for the special edition of Pat McAfee’s show chanted for AEW star MJF but Triple H ignored the chants.

With WrestleMania 40 just around the corner, Triple H has also indicated yet another change from the Vince McMahon era of WWE.

h/t Fightful