Originally written on AllWrestlingNews.com  |  Last updated 11/18/14
Triple H was asked by Michael Cole for an interview with WWE.com if there would be any repercussions for the WWE stars who helped Bryan this past Monday on RAW “I am the COO of a publicly traded billion dollar company,” Triple H replied. “I don’t have time to walk around doing juvenile things like punishing individual superstars, it is so beneath me. It’s amazing that people think that’s how my day-to-day existence goes.” Triple H noted that the stars helping Bryan was a combination of frustration boiling over and jealousy. He then went on to mentioned that Daniel Bryan will face Randy Orton for the WWE Championship at Battleground. You can check out the complete interview at this link. EXCLUSIVE: Time For Triple H To Hit The Road? The post Triple H Comments on WWE Stars Helping Daniel Bryan on Monday’s Raw appeared first on All Wrestling News.
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  • Triple H is the COO needs to go back to school and learn how to be a true and real COO . To Triple H remarks. “I don’t have time to walk around doing juvenile things like punishing individual superstars,

    That what he has done for weeks .. We been a fan of the WWE since they been on TV . But for weeks I would not call me a fan .

    Regards

    Rick

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