In an interview, Triple H was asked about the NXT UK brand possibly having it’s own pay-per-view event ? His response was ..............................
“As far as the ability to have larger Pay-Per-Views and larger events, yeah. I think you see that happening now. I just came back from Australia, 70,000 people in the stadium. I think those things become clearer and clearer as we’re experimenting with other things. The time zones are the big kicker. We have to go where the most people can watch. I always hear about Wembley, I always hear it was such a massive success. It was not. I will just say that from a business standpoint, it was not. That’s why we didn’t come back and that’s why we’re still trying to figure it out. So when the time is right, absolutely.” #wwe#nxt#nxtuk#prowrestling#prowrestlers#uk#pic#likes#followme#elite#elitelbowdrop#sports#possibilities#wwenetwork#petedunne#tylerbate#trentseven#travisbanks#tonistorm#wweukchampionship
According to Dave Meltzer from the Pro Wrestling Observer, there may be some growing disinterest among wrestlers in New Japan due to new management making the work atmosphere a less fun and more factory-like environment to be apart of, while rubbing some of the roster the wrong way. The following all came from The Pro Wrestling Observer....... “ The excitement so many had for working here has taken a hit. It’s really a bad time for that with the goal of international expansion and that fun vs. WWE money was a key to a lot of people, but if you lower the fun aspect, that changes the equation, and basically we’re coming in on the single most interesting and important contract season since New Japan started garnering some international growth. There are people who in the past had never even considered WWE who are thinking about it, and others who were completely committed to staying who are probably still leaning that way, but are considering the WWE option.” #newjapanprowrestling#prowrestling#pic#likes#followme#elite#elitelbowdrop#sports#njpw#newdirection#wwe#wwenetwork#newjapanworld#changes
Pro wrestler Sting recently did an interview with the Apter Chat and answered a few questions. Sting was first asked about his possible dream match with the Undertaker. “ It’s a dream match for sure with wrestling fans all over the world and it was a dream match for me too. I never heard Undertaker reciprocate that once, so I’m not sure how he feels about it exactly. I always wanted to have one match with him and by the time I got my foot in the door with WWE and did my first WrestleMania I still had hopes that somehow or another I could end up doing – and I wanted it to be my very last match against Undertaker, to go out like that. I think probably there was potential for it to happen and then I got hurt.” Then the stinger was asked if he he blamed Seth Rollins for ending his career. “ It was just a freak accident. I’m telling you, Seth, it is not his fault. I mean not even the slightest percentage of anything. It was without question, it was me. To this day I can not figure out what the heck I was thinking. My neck I whip lashed back really bad two times in a row. The first one caused the shock to go all the way down both arms, left and right, all the way down to my fingertips. It felt like my fingertips were stung by bees. The second one, I mean, I got up to my feet and we were trying to continue the match and my legs started to feel like rubber bands and I realized I don’t have control over my legs. I’m afraid that if I start running the ropes right now, I’m gonna blow my knee out, break a bone, tear everything up ’cause I didn’t have any control, so I went down to all fours. I tried to figure out what the heck is going on; but, it wasn’t his fault. He did nothing. Period, just end of story. No fault whatsoever. What do I have to say about Seth? He dressed up like me for Halloween. I’m flattered. I have bragging rights. This was my last match against one of the greatest, really. He’s gonna go down as one of the greatest wrestlers. He is extremely talented in the ring. #WWE#WCW#Sting#prowrestling#scorpiondeathlock#scorpiondeathdrop#stingersplash#theundertaker#sethrollins ##wwenetwork#pic#likes#followme#elite#elitelbowdrop#sports#dreammatch