Triple H had a lot to say during a recent conference call. He said that NXT fans can ruin the show for himself. He also made a very bold statement or two about talent in the NXT roster and how they stack up to other companies. Triple H made a comment about how another all-female pay-per-view is not a “must have” for WWE either.

Tony Khan was on Busted Open Radio and he addressed some of the things that Triple H said, especially about how the NXT roster is the best. He also said the idea that anyone of any value is in WWE is “crazy.”

“I think we already had, in my opinion, the best roster in wrestling. I don’t think there is anything wrong with that because everyone is building their own roster and are going to have good feelings about the people they work with. I just don’t think that there is anything wrong with saying you think you have the best show or company. Where people got offended yesterday is how Triple H said, ‘everyone wants to work here.'”

“People are confusing the two things. If you want to say, ‘I think my show and product is the best,’ then there is nothing wrong with that. You should feel that way. But, when you say ‘anyone of any value wants to work here,’ that’s just not true. It’s crazy. There are plenty of people who work for AEW that have no interest in working there. Like, Britt Baker made it pretty clear yesterday with what she tweeted,”

Triple H seemed to really push some buttons with his recent response during that conference call. Tony Khan is no stranger to getting a controversy started after an interview either. It seems that they will continue to disagree, but it is also apparent that Khan is paying close attention to the people on his roster who have no interest in working for WWE.

What’d your take on this situation? Whose side are you on? Sound off in the comments!

Felix Upton

Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.

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