Triple H Claims He Stays Out Of WWE Sale Discussions
Triple H discussed the potential sale of WWE, expressing that he is staying out of the conversation.
Facing the world’s media at the post-Elimination Chamber press conference, The Game spoke of his delight in current role. Despite an open approach towards discussing WWE changing hands, he was keen to enforce being fully focused on the job at hand.
“Depends on who is buying, I suppose. What the offer is, what the outcome is. Stay out of it, to me. That’s not a cop-out answer. I have the greatest gig in the world. I helped tonight, in some small way, create the magic we did here tonight. To me, it’s the best gig on the planet.”
“As long we get to do this, as long as we get to create the way we get to create it, as long as we get to do our jobs and we get to go out there and put our passion on display, as long as our talent are allowed to put their passion on display and do what we do, I’m good. It is what it is.”
Triple H oversaw the latest WWE Premium Live event as a hot Montreal crowd surged behind Sami Zayn in his attempts to dethrone Roman Reigns.
A sold out Bell Centre played host to two Elimination Chamber matches as the number one contender for the Raw Women’s Championship was decided in an electric opening bout, before the structure returned as United States Champion Austin Theory defended against Damian Priest, Bronson Reed, Seth Rollins, Montez Ford and Johnny Gargano.
With news that Vince McMahon has set a massive new price for any potential suitors, it appears that Triple H will continue his position overseeing creative as we head further down the Road To WrestleMania.
H/t to Fightful