Killian Dain: Triple H Is Easier To Chat To Than Vince McMahon in WWE
Dain was released by WWE last month
The former Killian Dain has revealed he found it easy to approach NXT boss Triple H for conversations but had limited opportunities to talk with Vince McMahon.
Big Damo was released by WWE last month as part of the most recent budget cuts in the promotion, having spent time with both the main roster and on the black-and-gold brand.
The 36-year-old has now spoken about the differences on working across WWE, in particular speaking about how easy he found it to converse with Triple H in NXT, whereas McMahon was hardly ever available for talks.
Speaking on Sportskeeda Wrestling's UnSKripted, Dain said: "So, I would say Triple H is a little more hands-on a regular basis. So like, you will have way more access to Triple H for NXT than you would have Vince because Vince is... take away the fact that like he is going to be the head of the shows and whatever like that, he is also the CEO of the company.
"So, there's a very small window that he is going to be available to be seen. That is problematic, I guess, for some people because they want to barge in, and he might not be there. So, I understand that might be difficult for people.
"At the same time, it's like I can't imagine any other place in the world where you could actually go and have a conversation with the CEO of a company on a regular basis. So, you know, that's me coming at it from a different perspective.
"But for me, working under Triple H was great because I find it really easy talking to him. Easy to understand what he was looking for."