Former ECW and WWE star The Blue Meanie commented on Triple H’s recent decision to let Shinsuke Nakamura wrestle in Japan. Nakamura recently got the better of The Great Muta at Pro Wrestling NOAH’s New Year 2023 show. Nakamura is one of the few superstars to get this permission from WWE’s higher authorities.
In an interview with Sportskeeda Wrestling, the Blue Meanie praised Triple H for allowing Nakamura to wrestle in Japan.
“I’ve been enjoying the Triple H tenure. I like the evolution of it, the openness to it, Shinsuke Nakamura working this past weekend with The Great Muta. That’s amazing that Triple H was cool enough to let him do that. All the other stuff, just being able to have wrestling the way it could be or should be.”
Further in the interview, the former WWE star opined that more superstars should be allowed to wrestle outside WWE. He was also skeptical if Vince McMahon, who made his emphatic return to the promotion recently, would continue to allow it.
“Back in the day, when Hogan first won the WWF [WWE] title, he wrestled in New Japan as WWF Champion,” Meanie continued. “To be able to work with different companies and stuff like that, I like what Triple H was doing there. With Vince back, I don’t know what’s gonna happen. I can’t even speculate.”
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