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Triple H Explains Why WWE Holds Events Saudi Arabia Despite Criticism

Posted By: Ben Jordan Kerin on Oct 24, 2019

Triple H Explains Why WWE Holds Events Saudi Arabia Despite Criticism

Triple H and Tyson Fury were guests on Ariel Helwani’s MMA Show promoting the upcoming WWE Crown Jewel 2019 PPV.

Both Triple H and Fury commented on going to Saudi Arabia dispute such fierce criticism.

Triple H:

"The truth is, we’re an entertainment company and politics and everything else aside we have millions of fans in the Middle East. They love what we do, they love the product and love to be entertained by us.

This is an opportunity for us to go there like we have been doing for years, and years, and years and go there and entertain our fan base.I think that our talent especially have seen that when they go there, what they do is they see an event just like the other events that they do. They see tens of thousands of fans in the stadium going crazy for what they do.

That’s what we do – we entertain. We’re not in it for politics or anything else, it’s about going there and entertaining our fan base and there’s millions of fans there.”

Tyson Fury:

"I’m a prize fighter, I’m an entertainer like Triple H just said. I go where I have to go. Like I said, I’m going over there to put on a show for the fans around the world, boxing fans and wrestling fans alike, and every contact sport fan there is."

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