Triple H: The WWE Performance Center Is Worth Its Weight In Gold

When it comes to the WWE Performance Center, now more than ever, Triple H sees the facility as a tremendous investment.

The Performance Center has been the home to the development of future WWE stars, but as of late, has also been the home of both Raw and SmackDown due to the ongoing coronavirus. Not only have both shows been moved to the Performance Center, but WrestleMania 36 is also set to take place there on April 4 and 5.

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In an interview with Ariel Helwani, Triple H spoke on how the Performance Center has become the company's saving grace as far as putting out content for its flagship shows.

"Yeah, I think we would have been in an incredibly difficult position as is everybody. But the Performance Center ended up being worth its weight in gold so to speak. It was sort of the intent there from the beginning to not only just train there, but also create content on a 24/7 basis, connectivity of what is there. We've used the Performance Center in the past like last year where we did a Super Bowl halftime show that people really liked. We also shot NXT there. It's been used for that purpose. but in this situation, it really turned out to be the saving grace of us being able to entertain our fans," Triple H said.

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