Various News: Triple H on Why His Own Family is Never on WWE TV, Justin Credible on Recent WWE Shows, More
Posted by Jeffrey Harris on 11.03.2013
WWE talent appearing at Susan G. Komen event...
- In his new commentary on PWMania.com, former ECW champion and WWE worker Justin Credible discussed the Hell in a Cell PPV, last week's Raw, and much more. Below are some highlights:
Credible on last week's Raw: "Monday night on Raw they came out hot with Damien Sandow cashing in his MITB briefcase on the opening segment of Raw against newly crowned World Heavyweight Champion John Cena. They had a hell of a match last night, with Sandow doing a number on Cena's surgically repaired arm. Even though Sandow lost the match, he left looking better than when he went in. Sandow looked evil, and had a killer instinct. I think he is ready to break out very soon. I hope that this is not the end of Daniel Bryan. WWE gave him a tiny bone by having him put HBK in the Yes lock, but is that it. I don't know were any of this is going, but last week we were talking about a possible HHH vs Daniel Bryan or Bryan vs HBK. That now seems highly unlikely. It seems that all the focus has been put on Big Show, and Bryan moved down to work with CM Punk vs Wyatts. If so What A Waste. "
On his working on a DDPYoga certification program: "I'm really excited about beginning my DDPYoga certification program. I spoke with DDP last week, and I super stoked about what he's doing with DDPYoga. I'm grateful to be a part of such a wonderful family. He is doing some amazing things with his program, and he has allowed us to learn and use it for ourselves to help as many people as possible. Thank You Dallas."
- With the WWE and Susan G. Komen's Partnership to End Breast Cancer, Alicia Fox and Lilian Garcia are set to appear today at the Super Bi-Lo at the Verdae Village in Greenville, South Carolina, by mobile mammogram units.
- Speaking to WWE Magazine, Triple H responded on why his own immediate family (besides the McMahon side) has never been shown on WWE. He stated, "One thing about me: I don't put my family in anything, I feel like there's a line that you have to draw. There is a lot of personal exposure, and that exposure can be harmful. So when you open that door, you can't be upset when someone comes in. You just have to be careful how much you open the door."