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Triple H Speaks Out on the Move to SmackDown; Fatherhood



Triple H stated that his move to Smackdown was not a good move for him personally. "It's actually worse for me," he told Slam Wrestling. "When Vince (McMahon) told me, I said I'd go wherever he needed me. It really screws me personally, but we'll make it work. You know when you get into this line of work you're going to be gone a lot. It's really important that the time I get to spend with my family is quality time."

Hunter also commented on fatherhood: "It's been great, other than the no-sleep thing. It's put a whole new spin on life for me. It's changed my perspective about what's important in life. I don't know if it's softened me up, but it changes the way you look at women. I'm probably going to pay for my past."

He also spends a lot of time discussing his frustration with younger wrestlers who complain about the way they are pushed, yet don't take the proper steps to succeed.

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He also spends a lot of time discussing his frustration with younger wrestlers who complain about the way they are pushed, yet don't take the proper steps to succeed.

And by "the proper steps to succeed" he means marrying into the family of the guy who owns the promotion...

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