Economic Impact Of Wrestlemania 29, Triple H Will Never Leave The Business

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Economic Impact of Wrestlemania 29

NJ.com has the first details regarding the economic impact of Wrestlemania 29 in New Jersey. The article notes that workers earned about $1.4 million in gross salaries and benefits. Between Wrestlemania 29, the Hall of Fame Ceremony and Wrestlemania Axxess, fans bought more than 140,000 tickets. WWE says Axxess was their most highly attended yet.

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Triple H Has No Regrets

Forbes has a new article online featuring quotes from Triple H and Stephanie McMahon. In it, Hunter says he would have no regret if his next match was his last.

“I wouldn’t have one regret,” said Triple H. “I wouldn’t have any. I’ve had a hell of career, a hell of a run. I’ve done everything I wanted to do in this business. I’ll never leave this business. It’s ironic. Years ago when I said it about being in the game, you know that statement was really about the business. It was about being a student of the game and about this business and when I say the game will never die, I truly mean that. None of us are bigger than this. None of us are bigger than the WWE. It will always continue to go on and I will always be a part of it.”

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Speaking of Triple H, he still has some swelling in his left hand but has no broken bones. He's expected to "accept" Brock Lesnar's challenge for a steel cage match at Extreme Rules on next week's WWE Raw from London, England.

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