Triple H

Triple H addresses criticism of WWE booking is featuring an interview with WWE COO Paul “Triple H” Levesque talking about his work with NXT and his thoughts on criticism of current WWE booking.

“When somebody goes, ‘Well, you just can’t get people over with 50/50 booking,’ [I’ll always say] ‘Oh, I’m sorry, how’s your territory coming? Because this one seems to be doing pretty good over here.’ We just had the largest WrestleMania in history. People talk a lot of smack about ratings and things, but they don’t understand all of the dynamics of everything we do. They don’t. They sit on the internet and they read one thing and they give their point of view. Do I keep track of the exact wins and losses of talent? No. To me, all of this stuff is a feel. All of it is a feel. People don’t understand it when Vince [McMahon] will say it’s not about wins and losses or those things. Do they matter? Sure. Are they the be all, end all? Absolutely not.”

Big Cass on call up to WWE

Brian Fritz passed along the following.

Sporting News’ Brian Fritz talks with Big Cass about getting called from from NXT, his WWE debut with Enzo Amore, the most outlandish things his partner has said, working singles while Enzo was injured and their big SummerSlam match against Kevin Owens and Chris Jericho.

Listen to the interview:

NXT TakeOver Brooklyn matches is featuring an article promoting the updated card for NXT TakeOver Brooklyn II taking place on August 20 the weekend of SummerSlam.

The card will feature Samoa Joe defending the NXT Championship against Shinsuke Nakamura, Asuka defends the NXT Women’s Championship against Bayley, The Revival defends the NXT Tag Team Championships against Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa, Bobby Roode vs. Andrade Cien Almas and No Way Jose vs. Austin Aries.


  1. How’s your territory doing? That’s not a cop-out answer at all, considering Vince bought out all his competition, and doesn’t acknowledge that any other “sports entertainment” organization exists in America.

  2. Why do people in the pro wrestling business hate their fans so much? I understand back in the kayfabe days, you would have some dangerous marks out there that would attempt to take a performer’s life, but this 2016. Hell, the term “mark” is offensive enough as it is.

  3. Says the @sshole who married into wrestling’s most powerful family. The only reason WWE has been profitable the past few years is because of being a publicly traded company. If they had to rely solely on their sh*tty product right now, they’d be in big trouble.
    I’ll take what Aron Rex said on Impact over this self-important tool.

  4. I think only WWE hates its fans enough to say sh*t like this. You don’t hear this kind of anti-fan vitriol from many other companies very often. I wish more people would stick it to these arrogant dickheads by turning them off permanently.

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