JTG Elaborates On Saying It's Harder To Work With Triple H Than Vince McMahon

Submitted by Matt Boone on March 15, 2017 - 6:17pm
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Former Cryme Tyme member and WWE Superstar JTG recently sat down for a new video interview where he spoke about some of the differences between working with Triple H and Vince McMahon, what Stephanie McMahon initially thought of the Cryme Tyme tag-team gimmick and more.

Below are some of the highlights from the interview.

On his initial reaction to meeting Vince McMahon: "When I finally met Vince, I wasn't nervous for some reason. He made some promises. He was very excited to see us and was glad to have us on the roster. I could see it was very authentic that he was happy to have us on the roster. He saw the vignettes and our dark matches and he was very impressed with them."

On how Stephanie McMahon reacted to the Cryme Tyme tag-team: "Stephanie loved Cryme Tyme. Vince loved Cryme Tyme, Stephanie loved Cryme Tyme, I enjoyed working with Stephanie because she was very hands on with our backstage segments."

On what he meant when he said it's more difficult to work with Triple H than Vince McMahon: "What I mean by that is that Vince always has his door open. If you have an idea, suggestion, if you want to talk to him about something, his door is always open. If he's busy he'll just say 'come back later.' With Hunter it feels like, from my experience, he was avoiding me."

Check out the JTG interview at THE HANNIBAL TV YouTube Channel.




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