During the latest episode of his podcast interview show, Ric Flair revealed that Evolution did not party as much as their characters claimed. He said that the group was pretty tame because the industry had changed over the years. It was nothing like when he was with the Four Horsemen. Flair said that he couldn't convince Triple H to drink a glass of wine even if he offered him a million dollars. Randy Orton and Batista partied a little.
November 23, 2015
Earlier this week, Jake Roberts was a guest on the podcast show that Steve Austin does weekly. One of his comments might gain him some backstage heat with Triple H. Roberts vented on the show and stated that a heel using a sledgehammer as a weapon is a bad idea. The WWE legend states that doing so shows a lack of ring psychology, something that HHH takes a lot of pride in having.
September 23, 2015
During his latest podcast interview, Ric Flair shared a backstage story about a big fight that he had with Randy Savage when the two of them were in WCW. Triple H had just received a contract offer from WWE because he did not want to sign for $250,000 with World Championship Wrestling. Savage wanted to squash HHH in a 30 second match. Flair said that he refused to let that happen because he did not feel that it was right.
September 8, 2015
To the public, Triple H and The Rock get along just fine nowadays. However, some feel that the two of them still have some animosity from when they were competing to move up the same ladder in WWE all those years ago. Ric Flair is one of those people. He stated on his latest podcast interview show that he feels that the two of them still do not really like one another.
August 24, 2015
When Steve Austin signed a contract with WWE to do his podcast show on their network, he only agreed to do a certain amount of episodes. Thus far, we've seen him do three shows with Vince McMahon, Triple H and Paul Heyman as his guests. Reports have surfaced that he now has 11 episodes left on his deal.
June 11, 2015
Reports surfaced earlier that Chris Jericho was given a podcast show by WWE after the company decided to drop Steve Austin, who apparently upset Vince McMahon with some of the questions that he asked Triple H. That has led fans to speculate that Jericho would be doing a more company friendly version. In response, the former world heavyweight champion sternly stated that he was going to continue to do his interviews in his own way.
April 5, 2015
On the latest episode of his podcast show, Chyna revealed to Vince Russo that Triple H had once physically assaulted her during their relationship. Word got back to the on screen WWE COO pretty quickly, and he felt the need to defend his reputation. HHH stated that the story was a complete fabrication. He acknowledged that she had gone through quite a bit of hardship in life, but this does not justify the lies that she is telling.
February 11, 2015
The latest episode of the Vince Russo podcast show has sparked a bit of controversy. Chyna revealed to the world that Triple H had physically assaulted her when the two of them were in a relationship. The former WWE Intercontinental Champion stated that he had grown upset because she was confronting him about his affair with Stephanie McMahon. She did state that HHH did appear to feel bad after the incident happened, but the damage was done.
February 11, 2015
Nothing but positive reactions have come out of Steve Austin interviewing Vince McMahon and Triple H separately on his podcast show. Management loves it because it brought a good amount of attention to the WWE Network. It is being said that they are interested in Stone Cold doing more episodes in conjunction with them. The wrestlers backstage also love the show because Austin has not avoided asking the tougher questions.
February 11, 2015
A former WWE writer has revealed a new wrinkle in the backstage feud between Triple H and CM Punk. During a podcast interview, Court Bauer stated that when Punk was working a tryout match for the company, HHH and Shawn Michaels were completely ripping him backstage. They joked harshly about his look and his performance in front of Vince McMahon and John Laurinaitis, who was the head of talent relations at the time.
February 6, 2015