As noted, Triple H this morning announced the formation of the WWE U.K. Championship at a press conference in London. Newsweek caught up with The Game after the presser, below are some highlights:
If WWE has discussed Chyna being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2017:
"I think it's been brought up. But there's a lot of people in a long line that deserve to be in the Hall of Fame that will be in the Hall of Fame over time. That's a conversation that will happen. We'll see where it goes. But there are a lot of people and you can only put so many people in per year.
"I don't think her passing signifies any change of her accomplishments. Her accomplishments are documented and were massive in our industry. Nothing has changed. She's a part of the Hall of Fame conversation, but she would have been anyway."
Criticism over Goldberg defeating Brock Lesnar in 86 seconds at WWE Survivor Series:
"People never saw it coming. When you shock them, they're angry that you shocked them. When you don't shock them, they say it's too predictable."
If he is hoping that President-elect Donald Trump will make an appearance at WrestleMania 33:
"I have a feeling his schedule might be packed… but who knows? Never say never in the WWE."
Triple H also discussed if Linda McMahon is qualified to be in Trump's cabinet, Sasha Banks and Charlotte headlining the WWE Hell In A Cell pay-per-view, the new U.K. Championship, if it was the right call to have Lesnar lose to Goldberg and more. You can read the full interview by clicking here.