Vince McMahon’s retired and left WWE back in July and Triple H was appointed Head of Creative. The disclosure came in response to claims that McMahon had bought silence over charges of sexual assault, harassment, and other wrongdoing by giving millions of dollars in hush money to former female workers. Bobby Fish has now expressed his opinions regarding Triple H taking charge of WWE’s creative division.

Fish started his career in wrestling in 2002 and competed in independent competition for a while before joining Pro Wrestling Noah in 2006. In 2012, he joined Ring of Honor, where he and Kyle O’Reilly eventually became the tag team reDRagon. When Vince McMahon took over what was still the “black and gold” version of “NXT” in September, according to Fish, there was a perceptible change.

The show changed into the current “NXT 2.0” brand quite fast. Fish recently appeared for an interview with Rewind, Recap, Relive. Fish claimed that throughout his time in “NXT,” he and Triple H grew close. He is eager to see what the future holds for the program.

I left after my release, so I can’t really speak firsthand. There’s a chance now with Hunter back doing his thing there that things could return or maybe become something entirely new and different. But under him, I just can’t see anything in the wrestling business that he’s got a hand in not be successful. I’m obviously biased and partial to the man, but I would go to war for him seven days a week.


Fish also said that when you make friends with these people over the years and you want to see them in a good work environment and enjoying themselves, it feels great. 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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