In Boston, WWE hosted their post-Survivor Series news conference, with Triple H serving as its final speaker. He had a prepared expression of gratitude for everyone who had contributed to making this year’s Survivor Series a record-breaking show, in keeping with the theme of Survivor Series taking place around Thanksgiving. He noted that the pay-per-view broke several previous records and expressed excitement about potential future iterations of the event’s concept.
The Head of Talent and current Chief Content Officer for WWE acknowledged the attendees of TD Garden before he was even questioned. He mentioned visiting the arena back when it was still the Boston Garden and how crucial the venue was to the occasion. Over 15,600 fans, according to Triple H, attended the event, which was completely sold out. The company kept putting up tickets, he said, in an effort to meet the demand, but they were unable to accept any more people. Everything we opened up kept selling, he said, adding that it was the biggest gate we had ever built in Boston.
The Survivor Series this year earned the most money ever, according to Triple H. Additionally, it was the most watched Survivor Series ever. So, he said, “an incredibly successful night, and Boston here as always provided us with an unbelievable crowd.”
Why Was It So Successful?
The usual five-on-five matchup and the Raw vs. SmackDown premise to the event, according to Triple H, were redesigned. Without a doubt, this contributed to the fans’ renewed excitement, and the War Games element undoubtedly piqued their attention. The talent was moving forward with it at full speed, and he mentioned that War Games might return to the event in the future.
He referred to Survivor Series as a mainstay of the WWE and stated, “I think tonight meant a lot for all of us.” He talked about creating a new path while keeping in mind everything that came before it. After seeing how well Survivor Series and War Games worked together, he wanted to combine them such a success meant a lot to him.