Triple H was given the role as the top person in charge of WWE Creative after Vince McMahon’s retirement. For many fans, this was a long time coming, and a true dream come true for most.

The Cerebral Assassin is more than aware of what fans want, and he has already made huge changes to the product to make them happy. This includes bringing back talent previously who were previously released by WWE.

In fact, WWE’s overall vibes are changing as well now. Wrestlers are also given more freedom on the microphone and are allowed to have longer matches. While speaking on WWE After The Bell, Drew McIntyre weighed in on the changes and denied that they are just a ‘honeymoon’ phase.

“Things are flowing so good and interest in the past month has been so exciting. A lot of people are referring to it as a ‘honeymoon’ phase, I really don’t think it is. I think this is the way it’s going to be going forward. The biggest thing I’ve noticed is the emphasis on the wrestling aspect. We’re WWE at the core, things are going to stay the way they were to a certain extent, that’s why we’re successful and such a gigantic company. I grew up a wrestling fan, watching the wrestling matches, and the physicality, That’s what I enjoy the most. I’ve seen a lot of it recently and a lot of great wrestling recently. What I’d really like to see is the titles defended… remember the 30-day rule? That was a thing. I’d like to see that back.”


One department has already seen positive changes under Triple H’s regime. Matt Hardy also thinks it’s great that Triple H is in charge. We’ll have to see how WWE will change in the coming weeks.

Are you glad Triple H is now the Creative head? Sound off in the comments!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

Subhojeet is a professional wrestling fan for over 22 years. He got captivated by the sport during the Monday Night Wars and has a passion for it ever since. He also enjoys TV shows, movies, anime, novels and music, which broadens his perspective and appreciation for wrestling. He is a knowledgeable and respected voice in the industry.

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