Triple H On Bringing Back WarGames, Future Of NXT TakeOver Specials

Lewis Collier
November 15, 2018

After getting surgery for a right torn pectoral muscle, Triple H will be at NXT TakeOver: WarGames, which takes place this Saturday, November 17 on the WWE Network. Here are the highlights. This has a different feel to it.

"I also think with NXT in the United Kingdom, as we move forward, there is an opportunity to work within the system, work in different levels", Triple H continued. There was some debate about the roof on the cage.

The former WWE Champion said this year's match was moving more in the "traditional" direction as it would have two teams of four men facing each other rather than last year's three teams of three wrestlers. "I think that a year ago proved that it can be a very exciting format that can showcase talent and all their abilities".

"I'm really looking forward to continuing to make this into a franchise and a brand for WWE and NXT going forward", he said.

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"I think everybody, for the most part, walked away from that night with a positive experience of WarGames and I think they will again this year". He noted that he sees NXT as a third brand and "I think you could see a lot of these talent become mainstays in the brand that they're in - NXT included".

Hunter was asked about the potential to increase the number of NXT Takeover specials and the length of the shows.

2K Games announced season 5 of WWE SuperCard this week, and to celebrate the mobile game's release, we had a chance to talk to Johnny Wrestling about being a gamer, how he's feeling heading into this big weekend of shows, some of his most memorable opponents, and more. "We are also at the point where you can see some talent that have been on Raw and SmackDown for periods of time, who have had some success or haven't for whatever reason, who aren't being utilized, go back to NXT".

H/T to Brian Fritz of Sporting News for the quotes.

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