Triple H denies having problems with CM Punk in an exclusive WWE.com interview

Triple HWWE’s website has published this week’s interview with Triple H and Michael Cole. Triple H noted he and Stephanie McMahon missed RAW on Monday because they were dealing with other company responsibilities. Triple H denied having problems with CM Punk, said Randy Orton’s attack on John Cena’s dad will be investigated and talked about how The Ultimate Warrior will have a live mic at the Hall of Fame to say whatever he wants. [Recap courtesy of LordsofPain.net]

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Recap courtesy of LordsofPain.net:

Busted Open satellite radio show with Michael Cole
Host: Dave Lagreca, Doug Mortman, and Mike Riker
Airs Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays on Sirius 92 and XM 208 from 2-4 ET
Visit Facebook.com/bustedopen for more information

On his start and his rise in WWE: “I got off on the wrong foot here in WWE for a bunch of different circumstances. Number one, I came from CBS News, so I came from outside the business. And this is back in 1997 where it’s still the ‘good ol boy’network, where if you weren’t brought up and didn’t pay your dues in the wrestling industry you had no business being here. Jim Ross is a guy who dedicated 30 years of his life to this business. He started as a referee, building rings and morphed his way into becoming an announcer and he had paid his dues, as most of the guys had. So I came in in 1997 and I was first employee that was ever hired by the company that was an announcer. I came from CBS Radio. I had been a wrestling fan but I had never been involved in it in any aspect. So I come right out of the blue and start doing shows on WWE. So there was immediately a backlash from the true hardcore fan. ‘Who is this guy? How can he be talking about a product that I’ve watched for 25 years; I’ve never heard of him. He’s not from the business. He’s not from the industry.’

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