Triple H is a legend in the world of professional wrestling for many fans and pro wrestlers alike. Hunter has done a lot for the business, both as a wrestler and in his role in NXT. He is also expected to help produce more violent angles in WWE.
The Game was made the top person in charge of WWE Creative after Vince McMahon retired. WWE fans have demanded Triple H be in control of creative for a very long time, so they were certainly very happy.
As seen on this week’s episode of Monday Night RAW, Rhea Ripley brought out a battered Dominik Mysterio, who clearly had bruises and traces of blood on his face. While speaking on Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer stated that WWE is expected to produce more violent angles from now on.
He [Dominik Mysterio] wasn’t leaking blood, but the idea was it was blood. There was something very much like, red on his face, which before it was something their shied away from. So, it was something. It’s not like they’ve done this on a regular basis, and maybe it’s a one-time thing, but I’m guessing they’ll get more violent as far as some of the angles go.
Things are clearly changing in WWE under Triple H’s reign. Fans and pro wrestlers alike couldn’t be happier with this change in pace. We’ll have to see how many changes will be introduced in the coming weeks.
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