Vince McMahon retired from the company back in July. The roles that he held were assigned to Stephanie McMahon, Nick Khan, Frank A. Riddick III, and Triple H. After McMahon’s retirement, Triple H stepped up in major way as he took control of WWE creative.

Triple H also racked up a lot of positive reception from fans and demonstrated his creative chops at WWE SummerSlam. He initially held the position of Executive Vice President of Talent Relations & Head of Creative. A new WWE SEC filing reveals that Triple H has had a title change in the company.

The Game now holds the title of Chief Content Officer. The duties from his previous role are now integrated into the new role he overtook. After Vince McMahon’s retirement, many in the WWE management have had role changes.

Stephanie McMahon was the Chief Brand Officer, but now she holds the title of Chairwoman & Co-CEO. Nick Khan worked as the President & Chief Revenue Officer, but now simply remains as Co-CEO alongside Stephanie.


Triple H has also received a sizable increase in his salary as per the SEC filing. While he was paid $730,000 from the company, his package now amounts to a salary of $900,000. The filing also details many other changes within the company.

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Nitish Vashishtha is a freelance writer/contributor from India. He’s written content for companies like ScoopWhoop and Sportskeeda. He’s been writing about pop-culture, current affairs and pro-wrestling since 2017.

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