Triple H puts over TNA and Jordynne Grace for Rumble collaboration

WWE Chief Content Officer Paul “Triple H” Levesque put over TNA and their Knockouts champion Jordynne Grace during the Royal Rumble press conference last night.

“Jordynne Grace coming here from TNA, their champion. I want to thank them for allowing her to be here and participate in the Royal Rumble. I thought she had a spectacular showing tonight,” Triple H said.

He said that she’s an amazing talent and it’s exciting to just be able to branch out.

“And I’m not gonna use all the cliched terms about what door people go through or anything like that because it’s stupid and silly,” he added, a clear shot at Tony Khan and his constant use of the forbidden door term.

“But partnerships and opportunities like this come along for some people once in a lifetime, but I’m glad she had that opportunity as it’s well deserved. She’s an incredible talent,” he continued.

On X, Grace hinted that it’s not over and that they’ll be able to do it again “soon” when Natalya replied saying that she can’t wait to wrestle her again.

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