Source: WWE.comWWE has updated their article on Triple H attending the Floyd Mayweather fight on Saturday night with quotes from The Game. He told WWE.com about how the appearance came together:
"I've been friends with Floyd since [WrestleMania XXIV]. Quite frankly, I was just going to see fight, and then he sent word that he wanted to see me before the fight and asked if I wanted to walk down to the ring with him."
For the second time in recent months, Triple H also commented on internet reports. He talked about speculation on him not wearing the arm brace:
"It wasn't just one thing that was broken. It's complex and that's why there's misinformation. I have to be able to take the brace on and off [to rehab]. Trust me, it was the last thing I wanted to wear while I was in Vegas trying to have a good time."
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