Triple H reacts to top WWE Superstar’s theme song being played at an NBA playoff game between Cleveland Cavaliers and Orlando Magic

The WWE CCO was blown away by Jey Uso's aura.

Triple H reacts to top WWE Superstar’s theme song being played at an NBA playoff game between Cleveland Cavaliers and Orlando Magic

Triple H [via- WWE]

When he was asked about the moment that stood out to him from Backlash, Triple H took a moment at the post-show press conference before he came up with Jey Uso‘s entrance. And his penchant for The Yeet Master’s battle hymn might’ve just gone up a notch. The WWE CCO recently reacted to Uso’s theme song being played at an NBA playoff game on Sunday.

The Game stressed that Jey Uso‘s ‘aura’ translates everywhere, so be it an NBA haven like it was at the Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse in Cleveland. Back on Saturday, wrestling fanatics converged on Jey’s come-out song in an unprecedented manner. Among the sea of the 11,000-strong WWE Universe at the LDLC Arena was that man, Uso. Everyone was on their feet with their flashlights on and vibing to the former Right Hand Man’s presence.

At Backlash, the former one-half of The Usos was up against Damian Priest. The latter was defending his World Heavyweight Championship against a fan favorite, Jey. Even though the 38-year-old came with all guns blazing, he couldn’t thwart a top-rope South of Heaven chokeslam by Priest. As a result, the Judgment Day member remained unscathed.

All the way from #WWEBacklash France to the @NBA… Jey Uso’s aura always translates. @cavs | #LetEmKnow
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Shenanigans did play a part during the closing stretch as Finn Balor and JD McDonagh were out at ringside. Damian was visibly resentful at his stablemates for their uncalled meddling. It could’ve gone south for the big man, but The Archer of Infamy kept his head. After the match was over, McDonagh and Balor tried to lay waste on ‘Main Event’ Jey. But Priest reprimanded them on the spot, thus ensuing some cracks in The Judgment Day as a whole.

What Triple H had to say about Ronda Rousey’s allegations on Drew Gulak?

WWE’s Chief Content Officer, Triple H, had a busy field day at Backlash. Not only did the show become the highest-grossing WWE arena event, but there were concerns about sound levels transcending the accepted range due to how boisterous the ambience was.

Triple H and Ronda Rousey
Triple H and Ronda Rousey [via- WWE]

Nonetheless, Hunter was there at the post-show presser and caused quite a stir before calling it a day. The last curveball that was aimed at the WWE exec was Drew Gulak‘s standing with the company. The Cerebral Assassin affirmed that he wasn’t released while refuting the claims of his firing as reported by several media outlets.

The 14-time World Champion did not get into the allegations levied by Ronda Rousey on the 40-year-old name in question. A recent report also suggests that Gulak was an ill-famed bully, per his peers in NXT. He’s still under a WWE contract until it expires next month.

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