Tom Savini Discusses How His Working Relationship With WWE Began, Creating Crowns For Triple H

Fans have become familiar with the work of Tom Savini thanks to his creation "The Fiend" mask.

The relationship between Savini and WWE goes way back before Bray Wyatt, as Savini has been working with the company to create crowns for Triple H for his famed WrestleMania entrances.

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Speaking to Darren Paltrowitz, Savini discussed how his partnership with WWE came about.

"I was invited by Chris Jericho to go backstage, because we met him at a convention, and then Jerry Lawler saw me waiting. From then on, it became, we would go backstage before wrestling matches in the commissary and eat with Jerry Lawler and the wrestlers and then stick around for the matches. That led to, 'Hey can you do a mask?' We did Triple H's crown for five WrestleManias. It turned into a working relationship with WWE," he said.

Along with creating costumes for Wyatt, Savini and his team have had a hand in creating outfits for Alexa Bliss and her character.

You can learn more about Savini and his involvement with "The Fiend" character by clicking here.

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