Triple H addressed the feud with Hell in a Cell; WWE discusses the future of premium live events

WWE Chief Content Officer Triple H recently talked about his plans for the future of premium live events in the company.

Triple H appeared at the Survivor Series post-show press conference to take some questions from the press and discuss some of the top things to do going into the new year.

Hunter heard fans speculating that events like Hell in a Cell should be a blowout match to end a huge rivalry, and not a standalone premium live event. The game agreed on some valid points brought up by the WWE Universe.

“I think there’s a lot of feeling that Hell in a Cell is one of those things that’s a huge blowout. If you’re calling someone out at the end of something, you challenge them to Hell in a Cell.” Let’s give.” can give. So I hear there’s a lot of speculation among fans about Hell in a Cell, Money in the Bank, Elimination Chamber. Maybe all those things will be missed. Some of them I hear [from 0:01 – 0:30]

Triple H wants to rethink the strategy behind WWE premium live events
During the same conversation, Triple H explained how the people behind the scenes always thought about putting on the best show for their fans. He also elaborated that planning a premium live event is a meticulous and year-long process, and he was committed to bringing the best content to fans around the world.

“I think we have to reevaluate all of that, I think we have to look at that. It’s really like looking at the overall calendar and saying, ‘What’s the best place to put this? Our fans.’ What’s the best way to entertain.” what matters most?’ It is no different when you watch a show and say, ‘Okay, have to play this match’. But it couldn’t detract from the rest of the show because it’s perfect

– Was the highest grossing PPV in its 35+ year history.
– Was the most viewed PPV in its 35+ year history.
– Tallest gate ever built in Boston, MA.
– A complete sold out show with over 15,600 in attendance.

The next time WWE holds a premium live event, it will be at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas for the Royal Rumble. The show is scheduled for Saturday, January 28, 2023.

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