Triple H Comments On Biggest Problem In WWE

Ryan Gray


The latest issue of WWE Magazine features Triple H where he is under the guise of a “job interview” as the “guest editor.” He answers a question that is particularly interesting when he is asked to explain a work-related issue that he thinks causes trouble. He answered:

“I see a million guys who think, “I’m the best of the new guys.” Well, that’s not saying much. Do you want to the best of the news guys or the best guy here? They sit back and they’re waiting for somebody to make them a star. Nobody makes you a star. You make yourself a star. When the fans are going crazy for you whether positively or negatively then you have something to promote. No one made Triple H. I did. The problem is a lack of patience. Early on in my career, I was very impatient and wanted to be more than I was ready to be. But as time went on, I was glad I didn’t get it so early, because I wasn’t ready. Now guys come in the door and half of them don’ have a clue. I see guys on TV, against the likes of Ric Flair and they simply can’t capitalize in that. It you can’t capitalize on working with one of the biggest stars ever in the history of this business, you’re not doing something right. You need to evaluate what you’re doing and stop blaming everyone else.”

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