Triple H was given the role as the top person in charge of WWE Creative after Vince McMahon’s retirement. WWE fans have begged for him to get that spot, and they were simply elated that it finally happened.

The Game definitely knows what fans want and is already making huge changes to the product to make them happy. This includes bringing back talent previously who were let go by WWE.

Various talent are also pushed now who were not getting love from Vince McMahon. This also indicates a change in creative direction. While speaking on the To Be The Man podcast, Ric Flair said that he believes The Game won’t be focusing on part-timers.

“He [Triple H] looks at the big picture totally different than other people do, than other people have. I don’t think he’s crazy about the part-time performers. That would be my take on it. As he knows… he worked every day until the day he got more involved in the office. Especially in a title role, the title picture, this is just me taking a guess, I think he’s going to work towards having people who are champions working more dates.”


One department has already seen positive changes under Triple H’s regime. Triple H is also expected to somewhat bring back the black and gold version of NXT. We’ll have to see how WWE will change in the coming weeks, but we will have all the coverage you need right here at Ringside News.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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