Triple H can undoubtedly be counted among the greatest Superstars in the long history of the WWE. The game, which debuted back in 1992, still plays a leading role behind the scenes. Many consider him the designated heir to head the Stamford Federation after Vince McMahon.

The 14-time world champion has reduced his appearances in the ring significantly in recent years, although he has never officially announced his retirement from the competition. By the age of 51, it is likely that he is getting closer and closer on this day.

In a recent interview with SportsNation, HHH described the ideal setting for his final game before hanging up his boots once and for all.

Triple H reveals interesting pre-retirement plans

“I would love to perform at Madison Square Garden again.

To be honest, I would love to do a farewell tour of the main arenas in the world and then have a great final match at WrestleMania. It would really be a special epilogue ”- explained Triple H.

Unlike other wrestling companies, WWE likes to define itself as a sports entertainment company. In fact, talent is referred to as superstars rather than wrestlers. “There is one major difference: anyone can fight, even in their own garden, but that doesn’t automatically mean being a superstar.

If there’s one thing Vince McMahon taught me, it’s the impact of communication. It is not so important what you tell people, but how they perceive it. You need to know well the audience you are dealing with. “

Triple H then focused on the rise of Bianca Belair: “When she arrived and auditioned for the first time, I didn’t know if she knew exactly what we were. I understood immediately that it would take her some time to express her potential .

Once set up, it has shown that it has all the requirements for a breakthrough. She has it all: she is available, humble, hungry. I have no hesitation in saying that she is one of the best superstars we have ever had. “WWE NXT recently presented their biggest takeover of all time.

It was a two day event called WWE NXT TakeOver: Stand & Deliver. In one of the games on the map, Adam Cole and Kyle O’Reilly fought vigorously for victory in the main Night 2 event. The game was a brutal encounter.

It ended with O’Reilly shoving Cole between his metal chain-wrapped knee and a steel chair to claim victory. The outcome of the game made many people wonder if Adam Cole was on his way to the WWE roster.