Triple H Reacts To WWE Fans Receiving “Temporary Hearing Loss” Warnings

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The WWE fans in France were so loud they received warnings about hearing loss and Triple H has given his reaction to that.

At the WWE Smackdown event on May 3rd in Lyon, France just one night before Backlash, fans watching at home were in awe because of how loud the Lyon crowd was. They were chanting random things all night long while also singing Randy Orton’s theme song, among other things.

That led to WWE’s Chief Content Officer Paul “Triple H” Leveque sharing this image of the warnings that fans received during the show due to how loud the crowd was.

The English translation of those warnings looks like this:

Noisy environment

The sound level has reached 100 dB.

Exposure of just a few minutes at this level can cause temporary hearing loss.

That sounds a bit scary, but there are likely some people who might think it’s cool that the crowd would be so loud that they are warned about something like hearing loss.

Triple H Is Excited To Hear The Crowd At Backlash

While in a car on his way to WWE Backlash France on Saturday, Triple H addressed the hearing loss warnings and the passion of the WWE fans in France.

“We just needed to be in France and the fanbase here is just ravenous for it. It took us a little bit (of time) but here we are. Last night was an example at SmackDown of, you know, when you pack that many people into a building like this, you can tell it’s going to be loud. People are getting alerts on their phones and watches telling them that the decibel level is too high and that they risk permanent hearing damage. That’s a good sign for us and I would imagine if they were excited last night, tonight for Backlash should be just off the charts good.”

“I think they’re going to bring every bit of that excitement, they’re going to bring energy, they’re going to bring their chants, they’re going to bring their songs, they’re going to bring all of it. It’s going to be glorious.”

Running a WWE PLE in France is something WWE has never done before, but as they have shown in recent years, they are willing to go anywhere in the world to put on a great show for their fans.

The new era of WWE has been called the Triple H Era by some people due to the leadership of Paul Levesque as the company moves forward without former Chairman Vince McMahon being involved in the business in any way.