Triple H cannot be accused of not being creative. He proved just how creative he was during the Attitude Era and beyond, but if fans still had doubts, he proved as much when working behind the scenes over at WWE even more.
This was doubly seen once NXT got under way. The show, or rather brand of WWE has excellent story development – many would even say more than Raw and SmackDown – but although that’s arguable, the fact that he’s creative is definitely shown through.
One person who was ready and willing to show some gratitude to Triple H was Scarlett Bordeaux, wife of Karrion Kross. She stated that Triple H was in fact a massive part of Karrion Kross’ theatric entrance on NXT. The entrance itself got over big with fans and helped the character emerge as a top star over at NXT for sure.
She appeared on The Wrestling Asylum and said Hunter perfected what they had thought of doing for the entrance at first.
“So, at first, they let us do kind of what we wanted to do and then Hunter was like, ‘Okay, okay.’ Then he enhanced it and made it perfect. So we kind of did something naturally and he’s like, ‘Okay, okay.’ Just to see how we would naturally move.
The Hunter’s like, ‘How about this and this?’ and we’re like, ‘Wow, this is so much better than what we came up with.’ So I would say it was a collaborative effort to put it together, but Hunter was such a big part of it, honestly.”
Of course, both Scarlett and her husband, Karrion Kross were released by the company (WWE) this past November, and while they await their next step, many are excited to see where they both end up. Apparently, Scarlett will be launching an OnlyFans account. It has also been rumored that Kross will be possibly going back to Impact, where he had a legendary run as Killer Kross, although that is not confirmed as of yet.
Kross of course started to decline in popularity on WWE TV – specifically on Raw after his callup from NXT. His character was decimated with a horrible costume and an even weaker storyline, or lack completely thereof.
*Thanks to fightful.com for the quote.