“You are a crazy good athlete”- Triple H opens up about why he signed Logan Paul and more 


WWE’s New Creative Head Triple H discusses why he signed Logan Paul and the one regret he has in his wrestling career

Finally, the podcast that we all have been waiting for has arrived as Triple H joined Logan Paul in his Impulsive podcast and spoke about a lot of things from why he signed Logan to rivalry with The Rock and many more. 

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The. Miz attacks Logan Paul at WrstleMania (SI)

During the podcast, Logan Paul opened up about the time when Triple H told him that, “you gotta be an entertainer at WrestleMania.” Elaborating to which Triple H finally opened up about why he signed Logan Paul in the first place. This is what he said,

“Because I feel like that’s the gap that people have right, it is not the moves right, it is like watching a movie. How many movies have you seen with crazy budgets and special effects and CGI, visually you go like holly sh*t that’s amazing right? But movie bombs because there is no story and no one cares, because it not about the moves what we do, its the characters and the stories”.

He continued and talked about what impressed Triple H about Logan,

“You know what you are doing, you have walked through this you have done it and you are ready to go, you know the moves and you are a crazy good athlete and it picked this up like that and it is not easy to do it and I have seen less than a handful of people doing that you have done”. That’s amazing you should be proud of that”.

Triple H reveals the biggest regret he has about his rivalry with The Rock 

The Game and The Rock were all set to face off in a singles match at WrestleMania. However, the plans changed and the show’s main event ended up being a Fatal Four-Way match which included The Big Show and Mick Foley. 

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Triple H and The Rock have shared a fair share of rivalry in WWE (Bleacher Report)

During the Impulsive Podcast, WWE’s head of creative spoke about his wish to face off The Rock in a singles match at WrestleMania.

“My only regret of the whole thing with Rock is in 2000 we were poised to have a match at WrestleMania one-on-one, and I think that would have been an epic thing for both of us in that moment,” Hunter added: “A couple of months later we would have the one-on-one Iron Man Match that we wanted to have at WrestleMania.”

This duo’s rivalry is still iconic even though they didn’t get to face each other at WrestleMania in a singles match. 

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