WWE Latest News: WWE Chief Content Officer Triple H Announces Name Change For WWE Pay-Per-View Event

WWE Latest News: WWE Chief Content Officer Triple H Announces Name Change For Wwe Pay-Per-View Event

The Hunter has recently gained a lot of power in the WWE realm, and he revealed that he has bigger plans for the future of NXT. Which also means that he will be abandoning the 2.0 label. Triple H has revealed that he wanted to create a “World Cup” scenario for WWE’s development system in the upcoming years. Triple H has issued several changes after the resignation of the WWE’s CEO, Vince McMahon. Fans are curious to know what will be the upcoming regime will have in the wrestling world. We covered these insights from sportskeeda.


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What Did Triple H Reveal?

“So, NXT Europe, NXT Australia, NXT South Africa, South America, Mexico, [we will] eventually build that into a global system that will lead to almost a World Cup scenario,” Triple H also revealed. “The World Cup finals for NXT will one year be in London, the next year maybe Mexico City, and all the while really what you’re doing is building this fanbase for college football while you’re building stars for the major leagues which is RAW, SmackDown, WrestleMania, right. In India right now, we are the second biggest sport in India outside of Cricket. It’s massive already but imagine that scale when we have a brand on the ground of native Indian people having their own brand [and] one of them branches out and goes to RAW or SmackDown, headlines WrestleMania, it’s game-changing.” We were able to fetch these insights from sportskeeda.

WWE Overview

Particulars Details
Show WWE
Former Name Titan Sports, Inc. (1980–1999)

World Wrestling Federation Entertainment, Inc. (1999–2002)

Founder Jess McMahon or Vincent J. McMahon

(as Capitol Wrestling Corporation Ltd.)

Vince McMahon and Linda McMahon

(as Titan Sports, Inc.)

Type Public
Area served Worldwide
Services Licensing
Number of employees 870 (2021)

World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE)

WWE stands for World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc., a professional wrestling organization based in the United States. WWE is a global entertainment organisation that has expanded into other areas, including movies, American football, and various other economic activities. In addition, the company licenses its intellectual property to companies in order to produce video games and action figures.

WrestleMania is a professional wrestling live event staged by WWE, the world’s largest professional wrestling promotion, every year between mid-March and mid-April. It is the world’s most popular and longest-running professional wrestling event. The event is broadcast on pay-per-view (PPV) and has been accessible to stream since 2014 on the WWE Network and since 2021 on Peacock. WWE’s WrestleMania 38 was the company’s 38th annual professional live wrestling event. We covered these insights from sportskeeda.

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