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Pete Dunne Says Triple H Has Been Incredibly Supportive

Posted By: Ben Jordan Kerin on May 26, 2017

Pete Dunne Says Triple H Has Been Incredibly Supportive

WWE UK Champion Pete Dunne spoke with WWE.com about beating Tyler Bate at NXT Takeover: Chicago to win the WWE UK Championship. Here are the highlights. 

On his relationship with Triple H:

“It was really important to get a pep talk like that. Like I said, it’s always in our mind to go out there and kill it, regardless. We know that our future here is less secure than if we were full-time with the NXT brand or SmackDown LIVE or Raw, because we’re fighting to secure a full company in the U.K., and not just for ourselves. As far as the relationship with Triple H goes, he has been incredibly supportive and has given us a chance to make a name for ourselves. That’s one of the most overwhelming things about it. For myself and Tyler Bate to go out there and show what we can do in front of an audience that probably isn’t that familiar with what we do, I’m grateful.”

On who he wants to take on next:

“It doesn’t matter. Anyone and everyone. I want to get as much TV time as possible. I want to get the U.K. brand pushed as far along as possible. I’d love to get in the ring with Wolfgang or Mark Andrews or Trent Seven. I’d really love to have rematches with Tyler Bate. The more time I get in the ring with these people, the more time we have to secure our future, and the greater opportunity I have to prove myself as the future of WWE.”

Click here to read the full interview.

Source: WWE.com
Tags: #wwe #triple h #pete dunne

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