WWE: Interview with Triple H, Discusses WWE Name Change and His Future

Colonel SteeleAnalyst IMay 5, 2011

LAS VEGAS - SEPTEMBER 19:  WWE wrestler Triple H poses in the ring after Floyd Mayweather Jr. defeated Juan Manuel Marquez in a unanimous decision at the MGM Grand Garden Arena September 19, 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
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At a "Be a Star" event in Washington, D.C., Triple H was approached by a Ring Posts interviewer with several questions being delivered to the former World Champion, the main ones being the reasoning behind WWE's recent re-branding and his current in-ring status.

The video is available here.

I think it's an interesting interview which does portray the details of the inner workings of the company from the view of a WWE executive. His answers aren't the typical corporate responses, much rather the opposite.

He gives away some information on the company's workings and also tells the viewers about his health. He states that "he believes in what is best for the WWE."

I think this finally gives IWC the reasoning they've been wanting ever since the initial announcement of the name change.

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