During a recent interview with Business Insider, WWE Hall Of Famer, Jim Ross, was asked about Triple H potentially becoming Vince McMahon’s successor. Below are some highlights of the interview with a H/T to Rajah.com for the transcriptions.
“I think that if I’m guessing, and it’s gonna strictly be a guess, that the money would be on, probably, Paul Levesque to be Vince’s successor,” said J.R. “I think Vince is kind of preparing him for that in a lot of ways.”
Ross continued, “You always knew that he was different from the other guys because he was very studious and very under control. He didn’t drink. No drugs. He looked to be a lifer early on, and he got a lot of that from being a fan all his life, growing up in the northeast, New Hampshire. Then, getting trained by Killer Kowalski, who was a great old school guy. So, I think he’s probably the heir apparent.”
Top UK Talent Announced For BOLA
PWG has announced another competitor for this year’s Battle Of Los Angeles and it is none other than UK talent, Chris Brookes.
Brookes recently revealed that he wasn’t joining WWE as he wanted to continue working on the independent scene, but fellow WWE UK talent, Ligero has praised him on achieving this goal.
Chris Brookes is the tenth entrant in the 2018 Battle of Los Angeles!
— PWG (@OfficialPWG) June 22, 2018
Big congrats to @OBEYBrookes on this news! I’m sure he’ll kill it there, as well as starting a Lush revolution in California. https://t.co/DIXa8oCKsR
— El Ligero (@Ligero1) June 22, 2018