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Former WWE Wrestler Says He Lost A Little Respect For Triple H

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• Former WWE Wrestler Says He Lost A Little Respect For Triple H

Tino Sabbatelli (boyfriend of Mandy Rose) had 2 runs in WWE NXT: from October 2014 to April 2020 and from October 2020 to June 2021.

He was released after both runs.

During an interview with Chris Van Vliet, Tino talked about being unhappy about the fact that Triple H didn’t call him after his release and also that he never got a proper chance to succeed.

Below is what he said:

“I lost a little respect because I didn’t get a call, I didn’t get a text from Triple H. I called him and I reached out to him.

I didn’t respect that, man, because I felt like I gave them everything that I had for 5-6 years, and he told me and numerous people told me that my character had star main-event caliber potential. But how do I never get a shot? Nothing.

I said, ‘Okay, H. Again, I’m honored, privileged, but I’ve gotta be honest with you, I bought into everything you asked me to do for 5 years. I humbled myself, I was extremely grateful.

All I want is an opportunity, just an opportunity for the character Tino,’ because I felt like he was the dude that everybody talked about.”

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