A very interesting list was released by WWE this week. It ranked the performers with the most victories on pay per view events. Undertaker was the top guy with 91 victories. John Cena was right behind him at 85, which should provide even further fuel for his critics. Triple H, Kane and Edge rounded out the top five with 80, 63 and 59 victories respectively.
August 14, 2015
Since WWE has been putting on a full court press on trying to get Ronda Rousey to work a match at Wrestlemania, the belief is that someone from the company will be there in person when she has her next fight. Things aren't as certain since the event is going to be taking place in Brazil. Triple H is unlikely to attend since he spends his weekends on the road, directing the live events. Stephanie McMahon might be able to make it, though.
June 4, 2015
For the longest time, Michelle Beadle was one of the more famous WWE fans in the mainstream media. She would frequently visit the live events and hang out backstage. That has come to an end, and she is blaming Triple H for it. Michelle stated that she could no longer support a company that publicly and firmly supports Floyd Mayweather, whom she labeled as a serial domestic abuser. The boxer actually had her banned from the big fight.
May 3, 2015
Triple H has to be beaming with pride backstage nowadays. His managerial style has turned NXT into quite the success. It is being said that tickets are selling extremely fast for the live events that he has been promoting. Things have gotten to the point where fans are being turned away at the door, which increases the anticipation even more for the next show. HHH has restored a lot of faith in people about the future of WWE being in good hands.
April 12, 2015
One of the reasons why Vince McMahon is starting to become a big fan of NXT is the fact that the brand was able to sell out tickets to a live event without needing to promote the matches. That means that fans are simply showing up because they support the brand in whole. WWE live events usually reveal the main event matches that will be taking place on the card. This gives Triple H a bit more leverage when it comes to backstage politics.
April 9, 2015
Success has a funny way of changing up your plans. Now that Triple H has proven that his NXT stars can draw fans to live events, the company has scrapped the plans of having them do shows at small venues that WWE normally avoids. Management is now looking for medium sized venues for their developmental stars. Another idea being tossed around is to do these shows on a Saturday night in the same town of the pay per view.
April 3, 2015
According to the rapper himself, WWE has banned Wale from being involved with their promotion. He feels that this is because he was involved in an incident with a fan at one of the live events. The company itself has not mentioned anything about it. The Washington DC native also told TMZ that he would love to try to smooth things over with Triple H. He also mentioned that his dream job would be working as an assistant for Vince McMahon.
April 1, 2015
Generally, WWE stars who are paired up for matches with one another at Wrestlemania start practicing on their routine together at the various live events during the previous week. When you're doing a match with Sting and Triple H, however, you cannot afford to give that away for free. Thus, the two legendary performers decided to work things out at the performance center in Orlando. HHH is expected to call the match in the ring.
March 27, 2015
With the rapid sales of tickets to events in Ohio and California, WWE is going full sail with their plans to take NXT across the country. Management has reached out to a couple of people to gauge their interest in being the live events executive. The person would be in charge of booking venues and arranging for travel. Thus far, Triple H has yet to find anyone to fill the position, but the belief is that someone will take them up on the offer.
March 18, 2015