Triple H Makes Backhanded Remark About AEW

Triple H Makes Backhanded Remark About AEW

Triple H Makes Backhanded Remark About AEW – During WWE’s Money in the Bank press conference in Toronto, Triple H subtly took aim at AEW’s penchant for lengthy pay-per-view events. In a comment reflecting on the duration of his own press conference segment, Triple H humorously referenced “seven-hour pay-per-views,” conveying a sense of weariness and relief when such marathons finally conclude.

“Sometimes I feel like I’m in the main event of one of those seven-hour pay-per-views, dreading for it to get over.”

This remark was clearly aimed at contrasting WWE’s approach to event pacing with the extended durations often associated with AEW’s major shows. AEW has been criticized for their lengthy events, including the recent AEW x NJPW Forbidden Door event, which featured a substantial 15-match card and a lengthy pre-show. This contrast in event length has sparked ongoing discussions within the wrestling community about the optimal duration of pay-per-view broadcasts and their impact on viewer engagement.

Jim Ross, AEW commentator, has previously shared his perspective on this issue, emphasizing the importance of keeping pay-per-views concise. His comments align with the critique of AEW’s longer events, suggesting that maintaining a tighter, more focused format can enhance viewer enjoyment and retention.

By subtly poking fun at the marathon nature of AEW’s events, Triple H not only highlighted WWE’s preference for more concise and focused presentations but also underscored a broader industry debate about event duration and its implications for audience satisfaction.

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Triple H Makes Backhanded Remark About AEW

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