Karl Anderson has opened up about how Triple H “really hated” the “too sweet, woop woop” chants that originated in WWE, following he and fellow Good Brother Doc Gallows’ shocking appearance on AEW Dynamite.
Speaking on Talk’n Shop, Anderson opened up about his All Elite debut, before discussing The Game’s chagrin at the popular chant.
“Our contractual obligations are to IMPACT and we made a surprise debut on AEW and, in my mind, it shocked the world. People probably thought it was coming, social media was going nuts. To say that it was fun and long overdue is an understatement. I still wish it would have happened last year , but do to it where we were and to have a live crowd of rabid AEW fans and them chanting ‘Too Sweet,’ which started in WWE for some reason, which Hunter hated. He really hated the ‘Too Sweet, Woop Woop.’ I’m not saying I love the sound of it, but at least they did it.”
In a recent interview with Inside The Ropes, Karl Anderson, Doc Gallows and Rocky Romero would discuss the importance of promotions such as AEW, IMPACT and NJPW working together, with Romero stating:
“I love that, especially in a world right now where there’s really just one company that’s the leader of this, right? They’re just so massive that some of these other companies who are really doing great things – like IMPACT, New Japan, AEW – if we can all kind of be friendly and work together, I think it’s important to keep professional wrestling f***ing growing worldwide, and that’s an important part of it.”