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Triple H Reveals If He Likes The Direction Of NXT 2.0

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• Triple H Reveals If He Likes The Direction Of NXT 2.0

WWF Legend Triple H was recently interviewed on BT Sport, where he revealed that he didn’t agree with all of the creative direction of NXT 2.0.

However, he did note that some of the changes that were made, he would’ve made it himself if he was still running things over there.

Keep in mind that NXT 2.0 started when Triple H wasn’t in charge of NXT anymore, after he suffered a very serious cardiac event in 2021.

Here’s what the former 14-time World Heavyweight Champion had to say:

“I didn’t necessarily agree with the creative direction sometimes. That had nothing to do with Shawn Michaels or anything else.

When I stepped away for health reasons, and there was already pressure to change the direction and change what it was, and that happened, I knew what the changes were.

I don’t know that I necessarily agreed with all of them, but I do think that there were a lot of changes that happened that were extremely positive for the brand and I would’ve liked to have done anyways that I think a lot of people would’ve gone, ‘No way he would’ve done that.’”

Triple H officially retired from in-ring competition on the second night of this year’s WrestleMania 38 event.

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On this day in 2006, World Wrestling Entertainment aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWE Friday Night SmackDown!’.

It was pre-taped at the Columbus Civic Center in Columbus, Georgia and featured matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWE No Mercy 2006’ PPV.

Here’s the card:

Fit Finlay vs. Rey Misterio

Ken Kennedy vs. Lawrence Tyler

Brian Kenderick, Paul London, & Ashley Massaro vs. Michelle McCool, KC James & Aaron Stevens

Bobby Lashley vs. William Regal

Mike Mizanin vs. Matt Hardy

King Booker vs. Batista

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