Triple H Picked Up Subscription To Wrestle Universe

Triple H tuning into some Pro Wrestling NOAH?

Triple H continues to keep an eye on everything within professional wrestling. 

During his time as the head of WWE NXT until 2021, Paul "Triple H" Levesque was known to watch plenty of wrestling outside of WWE, even ordering WWE staff to watch 2018's All In pay-per-view and 2019's NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 13. 

The WWE Chief Content Officer doesn't appear to have changed and he now looks to be enjoying some Pro Wrestling NOAH and DDT Pro-Wrestling alongside his WWE commitments, with Ibou of WrestlePurists reporting that Triple H picked up a Wrestle Universe subscription in 2023. 

"Random but kinda funny anecdote: Was told by a talent that Hunter got a Wrestle Universe subscription around the time of the ABEMA deal," Ibou tweeted.

WWE reached a deal with ABEMA for the Japan media rights to Monday Night Raw, Friday Night SmackDown, and pay-per-views in September 2023. Part of the deal saw Keiji Muto involved in a special broadcast covering the deal on ABEMA. 

Multiple Japanese promotions, including Pro Wrestling NOAH, DDT Pro-Wrestling, Tokyo Joshi Pro-Wrestling, and Ganbare Pro-Wrestling are all owned by CyberFight. Both CyberFight and ABEMA are subsidiaries of CyberAgent. Shows from all of the promotions air on Wrestle Universe.  

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