Triple H spoke with USA Today's For The Win blog about the Mae Young Classic: how it came to be and where it goes from here.
Hunter says that it was "an unbelievable amount of work" bringing the all-women's tournament to fruition:
"Sometimes people think these tournaments just kinda take place, but it's an unbelievable amount of work. One, to find the women; two, to find the ones who are good enough; and three, to make them all mean something when they're all coming from different locations and it's global. We need to make sure the right styles are there and then in the right matches to piece the whole thing together.
"We thought we could probably do this with 16 women who were very elite and upper deck. As we started to dig and watch more footage, there were more women. I realized I can do this with 32 who are really solid and high quality. We picked the 32, and it was hard to make the decision of who should go in and who shouldn't it."
And for those who are hoping this might lead to an all-women's brand in WWE,--similar to 205 Live with the Cruiserweights-- Hunter says there could be a chance:
"Never say never; you could end up there... We're experimenting with a lot of different things as far as programming. But the women are a lot different. With the women, you hopefully have opportunities for a lot of these women to beef up the roster on RAW, Smackdown, NXT, and while it's still a work in progress, we have the intention to be in the United Kingdom as well.
"We want the women to have the same opportunity as the men to be everywhere. You don't need a separate show, as long as opportunities are everywhere. It makes it feel like less than for them."
You can read the entire interview at this link.