The change in WWE is now going full speed. There are a lot of challenges going on right now in the legacy company, but in order for everything to work, competent leadership is the way to go.
Triple H aims to continue his father-in-law Vince McMahon’s legacy in WWE. During a new interview with ESPN, The Game shared his thoughts on plans for WWE now that it’s under control of Stephanie McMahon and Nick Khan.
“The intent is to continue the legacy of what has been going on, what made me fall in love with this business that he created, and to take it to new levels. To take it beyond where it is now. The only way we’re going to do that is with a team. That’s with Steph, that’s with Nick Khan, that’s with myself, that’s with Kevin Dunn, who produces WWE’s TV programs, that’s with everybody that is here, that is with all this talent. We have the greatest, hardest-working talent in the world. I have no doubt in mind, with this team, we can do it.
It’s surprising to hear Kevin Dunn’s name dropped since there are rumors that the Executive Vice President of Television Production may not be apart of the regime change in WWE post McMahon’s retirement, but it’s possible he’ll be in involve possible future plans. Although, it was recently reveled on “Busted Open Radio” that Stephanie McMahon and Dunn do not like each other.
The “Cerebral Assassin’s” execution of SummerSlam and this past weeks’ episodes of Raw and SmackDown was met with praise by fans and critics and a rise in ratings. As far as the presentation of the product, Karron Kross returning on Smackdown and getting involve with the Universal Title picture, Bayley’s new heel faction and emphasized the importance of the WWE United States Championship with a television package and a Women’s Tag Team Tournament for the vacant tag titles in the Women’s Division.
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