In a recent interview with Yahoo Sports, WWE’s Executive Vice President of Global Talent Strategy & Development, Triple H, discussed whether WWE NXT have plans to revive any other former pay-per-view names, following the usage of WWE NXT Takeover: In Your House and WWE NXT shows for two weeks being re-branded as The Great American Bash.

“It’s funny, because The Great American Bash had so many more years and exposure as something in WWE and the end years of WCW, but when you put it out there, because of the way that NXT is seen as a brand, it feels more like a throwback. In Your House definitely was a throwback, but when we got the ability to do that Takeover, it was just screaming at us In Your House, well, everybody is stuck in their house, you had no choice but to book that one.

It’s funny, because if you flip the clock back 6 months ago and look at how people viewed the business and how they view it today, there are a lot of things going on today that are just a lot of fun. I think it’s a little bit of what people need right now, you have to be a little careful with how heavy you get with the storylines, because there’s so much heavy stuff going on in the world right now.

I think people want to tune it out, tune into WWE and just have some fun for a little bit. It’s easy to lose that perspective, but what we do, what WWE is, above and beyond anything else, is supposed to be fun, it’s supposed to be escapism, you saw superhero movies shift and morph over the years, look at the last Thor, it seemed to have a bit more fun to it compared to years ago. You follow the trends, keep your finger on the pulse of it and do what you can do, whether or not we can continue that down the road, do more throwback stuff, continue to reinvent ourselves, we’ll see, it’s all in what we think will be best for the fans.”

The interview is available in full at this link.