– What’s The Future Of WWE’s United Kingdom Division?
During a recent interview with Independent, Old School WWF Legend Triple H gave an update on the future of WWE’s United Kingdom division. Below is what he said:
“Pete Dunne and all of those UK guys are very talented. Putting together a product of a television show and live events in the UK and doing what we do takes time. I would love for this to have happened quicker and sooner, but we are where we are.
We’re still in that process but we’re using those guys here and there and they are still doing their other bookings as well as working with us. As we move forward, I’m hoping something more definitive for them will be coming soon and we’ll certainly be letting everyone know.
They are all very talented kids and a bunch of them are at the Performance Center now, training and constantly working with us as we try to improve them so that, when the opportunity comes, we are ready to go.”
– Shawn Michaels Delivers Sweet Chin Music At NXT Live Event (Video), Says He’s Too Old For One More Match
At a recent NXT Live Event in San Antonio, Texas, Old School WWF Legend Shawn Michaels acted as a Special Guest Referee during the NXT Title match between Drew McIntyre and Adam Cole.
During the match, HBK delivered a Sweet Chin Music on Kyle O’Reilly of The Undisputed Era for interfering in the match. You can watch it below:
HBK #NXTSanAntonio pic.twitter.com/2OavyBAdDH
— Marvelous Mike (@720Wrestling) November 18, 2017
After the match, Shawn was met with “One More Match” chants. Below is what he had to say about that:
Shawn Michaels on "One More Match" – I can assure you that I'm too old for this sh*t! pic.twitter.com/ejrvEit3FN
— World Wrestling News (@WWENewsMafia) November 19, 2017
Below are the results from this Live Event:
Aleister Black def. The Velveteen Dream
Triple H’s in-ring promo
Kairi Sane def. Peyton Royce
Andrade “Cien” Almas def. Johnny Gargano
Tyler Bate & Trent Seven def. WWE United Kingdom Champion Pete Dunne & Mark Andrews
The Authors of Pain def. SAnitY
NXT Championship Match With Shawn Michaels As Special Guest Referee: Drew McIntyre (c) def. Adam Cole to retain the Title.