Triple H has discussed the potential plans that WWE has in store for the future of the Performance Center.

Earlier this week, WWE SmackDown Live star Bobby Roode went on record in a recent conversation with Allen Balint of KARK-TV in Little Rock, Arkansas by stating the sports entertainment company is looking to build a bigger Performance Center in Orlando, Florida.

“From what I hear, it’s [Performance Center] going to continue to grow. I heard that they’re looking to build a new facility — a larger facility,” Roode noted.

Triple H hosted a conference call to promote the upcoming WWE NXT TakeOver: Chicago II event. He spoke with the wrestling media about various topics involving the NXT brand.

During this call, “The Game” was asked about Roode’s claims about WWE building a bigger Performance Center to train their talent. Triple H noted that Roode’s info is glorious but it’s not always accurate.

He stated that as of right now, there are no plans in place to build a new facility but did note that they are always looking to expand because the Performance Center is so important for the company. He ended up the answer by stating that he is always open to the concept of expanding but they haven’t started the journey to do it yet.