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Disappointed, Instagram, and Internet: WRESTLING NEWS Justin Roberts: Triple H Is Not A Hero, He "Keeps Certain Guys Down" April 12, 2017 Posted by @TheWWENewsPage on Instagram adERIN Former WWE announcer Justin Roberts says he told the truth about how he was treated in the company in his new autobiography Best Seat in the House: Your Backstage Pass through My WWE Journey - In a recent interview with Wrestledelphia.com, Roberts was asked about Triple H, JBL, and WWE executive Kevin Dunn coming off in a negative light in the book. Roberts says he only told the truth about his experiences with them, and readers have to come to their own conclusions about those individuals - "I didn’t really give my opinion on them," Roberts said of Triple H, JBL and Dunn. "I just told the story of my experiences and how they came into my story and what their involvement was. By telling the story, you as a reader can say that guy seems like a great guy or that guy doesn’t seem like a great guy. I tell my story and the role everybody played and how I was treated by everybody. I didn’t make anything up – that’s the best part of the book. It’s completely honest." - The former WWE announcer added that if Triple H, JBL and Dunn had treated him better, he would have put that in his story. Roberts feels that aside from those three, everyone else in the book came off in a positive light - When asked about Triple H specifically, Roberts feels fans who think The Game is a "hero" because of his NXT leadership might be disappointed. He claims to have seen Triple H holding certain talent back from succeeding to protect his own interests, despite no longer being an active wrestler himself - β€œIt’s hard when you’re on the outside and you read things," he said. "We all see that Triple H is this hero among the internet. He’s the guy standing up for the wrestling fans, telling Vince to make this better. For us, internally in the company, we thought there’s a great chance he’ll be on our side and look out for us and try to help. Then you see him come in and clip the wings off certain guys and keep certain guys down. You realize he’s just looking out for himself." - WWE JustinRoberts TripleH WWENews WrestlingNews
Disappointed, Instagram, and Internet: WRESTLING
 NEWS
 Justin Roberts: Triple H Is Not
 A Hero, He "Keeps Certain
 Guys Down"
 April 12, 2017 Posted by
 @TheWWENewsPage on
 Instagram
 adERIN
Former WWE announcer Justin Roberts says he told the truth about how he was treated in the company in his new autobiography Best Seat in the House: Your Backstage Pass through My WWE Journey - In a recent interview with Wrestledelphia.com, Roberts was asked about Triple H, JBL, and WWE executive Kevin Dunn coming off in a negative light in the book. Roberts says he only told the truth about his experiences with them, and readers have to come to their own conclusions about those individuals - "I didn’t really give my opinion on them," Roberts said of Triple H, JBL and Dunn. "I just told the story of my experiences and how they came into my story and what their involvement was. By telling the story, you as a reader can say that guy seems like a great guy or that guy doesn’t seem like a great guy. I tell my story and the role everybody played and how I was treated by everybody. I didn’t make anything up – that’s the best part of the book. It’s completely honest." - The former WWE announcer added that if Triple H, JBL and Dunn had treated him better, he would have put that in his story. Roberts feels that aside from those three, everyone else in the book came off in a positive light - When asked about Triple H specifically, Roberts feels fans who think The Game is a "hero" because of his NXT leadership might be disappointed. He claims to have seen Triple H holding certain talent back from succeeding to protect his own interests, despite no longer being an active wrestler himself - β€œIt’s hard when you’re on the outside and you read things," he said. "We all see that Triple H is this hero among the internet. He’s the guy standing up for the wrestling fans, telling Vince to make this better. For us, internally in the company, we thought there’s a great chance he’ll be on our side and look out for us and try to help. Then you see him come in and clip the wings off certain guys and keep certain guys down. You realize he’s just looking out for himself." - WWE JustinRoberts TripleH WWENews WrestlingNews

Former WWE announcer Justin Roberts says he told the truth about how he was treated in the company in his new autobiography Best Seat in the...

Dating, Family, and Friday: Harr Arru S ne mu US HARRY STYLES'S FAUORITE ALBUM RIGHT NOW IS THE NEW HARRY STYLES ALBUM NEWS The solo debut of Harry Styles, very likely a single called "Sign of the Times," is fast approaching, so he stopped by BBC Radio 1's Breakfast Show to talk about it β€” and pretty much everything else, including That Hair. _ Dating, style, family, hair: No topic was off-limits during the interview, of which British Vogue highlighted the best parts. Immediate takeaways: Styles totally used to cyberstalk his crushes (which isn't that hard, considering how he's been romantically linked to Taylor Swift and Kendall Jenner); he snores; you shouldn't ask to take a selfie with him if you run into him in the bathroom (seriously); and his long locks were repurposed for a wig after he lopped them off last year. _ "I felt very naked for a while," he told host Nick Grimshaw regarding his infamous haircut. "I was like, 'Yeah, I’ve gotta shave my hair off.' It wasn’t a hard decision. It got made into a wig." _ Styles also gushed about his forthcoming record, naturally, which he's happy to come out of "hibernation" for: "We just wanted to make what we wanted to listen to, and that has been the most fun part for me about making the whole album." _ "In the least weird way possible," he continued, "it's my favorite album to listen to at the moment." He stressed that making the music you're excited about β€” as opposed to music that'll potentially guarantee success and acclaim β€” is a priority for him, and that's why he's so stoked about the new material. _ "Sign of the Times" drops on FRIDAY, and Styles will perform as the musical guest on Saturday Night Live on April 15. You can hear the full interview when it debuts on BBC Radio 1 Friday. _ by Hilary Hughes
Dating, Family, and Friday: Harr
 Arru S
 ne
 mu
 US
 HARRY STYLES'S FAUORITE ALBUM RIGHT NOW IS
 THE NEW HARRY STYLES ALBUM
 NEWS
The solo debut of Harry Styles, very likely a single called "Sign of the Times," is fast approaching, so he stopped by BBC Radio 1's Breakfast Show to talk about it β€” and pretty much everything else, including That Hair. _ Dating, style, family, hair: No topic was off-limits during the interview, of which British Vogue highlighted the best parts. Immediate takeaways: Styles totally used to cyberstalk his crushes (which isn't that hard, considering how he's been romantically linked to Taylor Swift and Kendall Jenner); he snores; you shouldn't ask to take a selfie with him if you run into him in the bathroom (seriously); and his long locks were repurposed for a wig after he lopped them off last year. _ "I felt very naked for a while," he told host Nick Grimshaw regarding his infamous haircut. "I was like, 'Yeah, I’ve gotta shave my hair off.' It wasn’t a hard decision. It got made into a wig." _ Styles also gushed about his forthcoming record, naturally, which he's happy to come out of "hibernation" for: "We just wanted to make what we wanted to listen to, and that has been the most fun part for me about making the whole album." _ "In the least weird way possible," he continued, "it's my favorite album to listen to at the moment." He stressed that making the music you're excited about β€” as opposed to music that'll potentially guarantee success and acclaim β€” is a priority for him, and that's why he's so stoked about the new material. _ "Sign of the Times" drops on FRIDAY, and Styles will perform as the musical guest on Saturday Night Live on April 15. You can hear the full interview when it debuts on BBC Radio 1 Friday. _ by Hilary Hughes

The solo debut of Harry Styles, very likely a single called "Sign of the Times," is fast approaching, so he stopped by BBC Radio 1's Breakfa...