WWE COO Paul "Triple H" Levesque spoke with Forbes.com about a variety of topics including if he had any regrets if his role in the ring finished soon. Triple H added, "I wouldn’t have one regret. I wouldn’t have any. I’ve had a hell of career, a hell of a run. I’ve done everything I wanted to do in this business. I’ll never leave this business. It’s ironic. Years ago when I said it about being in the game, you know that statement was really about the business. It was about being a student of the game and about this business and when I say the game will never die, I truly mean that. None of us are bigger than this. None of us are bigger than the WWE. It will always continue to go on and I will always be a part of it."
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NJ.com is featuring an article noting that workers part of Wrestlemania 29 at Metlife Stadium earned around $1.4 million in gross salaries according to a union leader. Nearly 450 people worked in the days leading up to the event according to the International Alliance of Theatrical Stagehand.
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