Triple H is the creative head of the WWE since July 25th, 2022. He changed the landscape of presentation and things look more synchronized now both in the ring and on the mic.
The Game recently announced that there will be two WarGames matches at this year’s Survivor Series. Speaking at the same time, Hunter also talked about wrestlers’ safety being of top priority in the WWE.
While speaking to The Ringer, Triple H admitted WarGames has some intense possibilities, and we have seen such moments in NXT since 2017. It included Tomasso Ciampa plunging Adam Cole through a pair of tables with a monstrous Air Raid Crash from atop the cage.
I don’t think it’s necessary. If we have talent that gets [cut open], usually you’ll see them roll out, and they’ll get looked at to make sure that there’s nothing dangerous. I’m just of the opinion right now, given the state of the world and the pandemic, and at the end of the day, what we do is dangerous enough without intentionally making it more dangerous.
When you have guys and women performing at the highest of levels, I feel like I spend more time talking them out of stuff than I do [otherwise] … I feel like there’s always a risk-to-reward ratio. Is it so big that people are gonna walk away from this with that vision implanted in their minds, and they’ll never forget it? Because if you are risking your health and your longevity in your profession, over that spot, over that moment, it needs to be worth it.
Times have changed, but the safety measures, concerns and solutions are all a part of the mechanisms used by the company. The blood era has ended and it’s only occasional that such an error takes place.
Triple H emphasized that the focus is on the health of the performers as that is the top priority. WWE always ensures that its performers are safe and sound as they put their bodies on the line to provide entertainment.
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